The Dortmund Electron Accelerator DELTA, located at the University of Dortmund, changed its scope during the last years into a 1.5 GeV synchrotron light source. DELTA is now operated for 3000 h per year including 2000 h dedicated beam time for synchrotron radiation use and 1000 h for machine physics, optimization and maintenance. The status of the accelerator complex is presented together with the beam operation, the installation and commissioning of beamlines and insertion devices. To serve user demands of photon energies up to more than 10 keV a 5.3 T superconducting asymmetric multipole wiggler (SAW) with a critical energy of 7.9 keV has been installed serving three beamlines in the hard X‐ray regime with also circular polarization. Two undulator beamlines for photon energies between 5 and 400 eV (U250) and between 55 and 1500 eV (U55) and several dipole beamlines up to 200 eV are under operation. The construction and operation of the different beamlines is done by various universities and laboratories in Nordrhein‐Westfalen.
Status Of The Synchrotron Light Source DELTA
U. Berges, J. Friedl, P. Hartmann, D. Schirmer, G. Schmidt, C. Sternemann, M. Tolan, T. Weis, C. Westphal, K. Wille; Status Of The Synchrotron Light Source DELTA. AIP Conf. Proc. 12 May 2004; 705 (1): 77–80. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1757738
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