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G. Janser - One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • CURRENT STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE SWISSFEL INJECTOR Test Facility CONTROL SYSTEM
    2013
    Co-Authors: P.chevtsov, M. Dach, D.a.armstrong, M. Heiniger, C. E. Higgs, G. Janser, E.j.divall, M. Janousch, G. Jud, B. Kalantari
    Abstract:

    The Free Electron Laser (SwissFEL) Injector Test Facility at the Paul Scherrer Institute has been in operation for more than three years. The Injector Test Facility machine is a valuable development and validation platform for all major SwissFEL subsystems including controls. Based on the experience gained from the Test Facility operations support, the paper presents current and some perspective controls solutions focusing on the future SwissFEL project.

  • CONTROL SYSTEM IN SWISSFEL INJECTOR Test Facility
    2011
    Co-Authors: M. Dach, D. Anicic, D.a.armstrong, K. Bitterli, H. Brands, F. Haemmerli, M. Heiniger, C. E. Higgs, W. Hugentobler, G. Janser
    Abstract:

    The Free Electron Laser (SwissFEL) Injector Test Facility is an important milestone for realization of a new SwissFEL Facility at Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Villigen, Switzerland. The first beam in the Test Facility was produced on the 24th of August 2010 which inaugurated the Injector operation. Since then, the beam quality in various aspects has been greatly improved. The primary goal of the Injector Test Facility is to demonstrate a high-brightness electron beam which will be required to drive the SwissFEL main linac. The Injector further serves as a platform for the development and validation of accelerator components needed for the SwissFEL project. This paper presents the current status of the Test Facility and is focused on the control system related issues which led to the successful commissioning. In addition, the technical challenges and opportunities in view of the future SwissFEL Facility are discussed.

M. Dach - One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • CURRENT STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE SWISSFEL INJECTOR Test Facility CONTROL SYSTEM
    2013
    Co-Authors: P.chevtsov, M. Dach, D.a.armstrong, M. Heiniger, C. E. Higgs, G. Janser, E.j.divall, M. Janousch, G. Jud, B. Kalantari
    Abstract:

    The Free Electron Laser (SwissFEL) Injector Test Facility at the Paul Scherrer Institute has been in operation for more than three years. The Injector Test Facility machine is a valuable development and validation platform for all major SwissFEL subsystems including controls. Based on the experience gained from the Test Facility operations support, the paper presents current and some perspective controls solutions focusing on the future SwissFEL project.

  • CONTROL SYSTEM IN SWISSFEL INJECTOR Test Facility
    2011
    Co-Authors: M. Dach, D. Anicic, D.a.armstrong, K. Bitterli, H. Brands, F. Haemmerli, M. Heiniger, C. E. Higgs, W. Hugentobler, G. Janser
    Abstract:

    The Free Electron Laser (SwissFEL) Injector Test Facility is an important milestone for realization of a new SwissFEL Facility at Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Villigen, Switzerland. The first beam in the Test Facility was produced on the 24th of August 2010 which inaugurated the Injector operation. Since then, the beam quality in various aspects has been greatly improved. The primary goal of the Injector Test Facility is to demonstrate a high-brightness electron beam which will be required to drive the SwissFEL main linac. The Injector further serves as a platform for the development and validation of accelerator components needed for the SwissFEL project. This paper presents the current status of the Test Facility and is focused on the control system related issues which led to the successful commissioning. In addition, the technical challenges and opportunities in view of the future SwissFEL Facility are discussed.

Jay-chung Chen - One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • International full-scale Test Facility for structural control
    Proceedings of 1994 American Control Conference - ACC '94, 1994
    Co-Authors: J.l. Beck, Wilfred D. Iwan, Jay-chung Chen
    Abstract:

    Planning is underway to establish an international full-scale Test Facility for structural control on the campus of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. The purpose of the Test Facility is to facilitate the development and application of structural response control and health monitoring technologies to improve the safety, serviceability and economy of structures required to resist wind loads, as well as the development of wind engineering information under various wind conditions. The Test Facility will be centered around a 30-meter high (ten-story) structure with state-of-the-art equipment for the experimental study of structural response control and real-time health monitoring, and it will be available for use by the international structural control community. Current plans are described for the full-scale Test structure and associated Test facilities, and for a proposed research program, international cooperation and industrial participation.

B. Kalantari - One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • CURRENT STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE SWISSFEL INJECTOR Test Facility CONTROL SYSTEM
    2013
    Co-Authors: P.chevtsov, M. Dach, D.a.armstrong, M. Heiniger, C. E. Higgs, G. Janser, E.j.divall, M. Janousch, G. Jud, B. Kalantari
    Abstract:

    The Free Electron Laser (SwissFEL) Injector Test Facility at the Paul Scherrer Institute has been in operation for more than three years. The Injector Test Facility machine is a valuable development and validation platform for all major SwissFEL subsystems including controls. Based on the experience gained from the Test Facility operations support, the paper presents current and some perspective controls solutions focusing on the future SwissFEL project.

M. Heiniger - One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • CURRENT STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE SWISSFEL INJECTOR Test Facility CONTROL SYSTEM
    2013
    Co-Authors: P.chevtsov, M. Dach, D.a.armstrong, M. Heiniger, C. E. Higgs, G. Janser, E.j.divall, M. Janousch, G. Jud, B. Kalantari
    Abstract:

    The Free Electron Laser (SwissFEL) Injector Test Facility at the Paul Scherrer Institute has been in operation for more than three years. The Injector Test Facility machine is a valuable development and validation platform for all major SwissFEL subsystems including controls. Based on the experience gained from the Test Facility operations support, the paper presents current and some perspective controls solutions focusing on the future SwissFEL project.

  • CONTROL SYSTEM IN SWISSFEL INJECTOR Test Facility
    2011
    Co-Authors: M. Dach, D. Anicic, D.a.armstrong, K. Bitterli, H. Brands, F. Haemmerli, M. Heiniger, C. E. Higgs, W. Hugentobler, G. Janser
    Abstract:

    The Free Electron Laser (SwissFEL) Injector Test Facility is an important milestone for realization of a new SwissFEL Facility at Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Villigen, Switzerland. The first beam in the Test Facility was produced on the 24th of August 2010 which inaugurated the Injector operation. Since then, the beam quality in various aspects has been greatly improved. The primary goal of the Injector Test Facility is to demonstrate a high-brightness electron beam which will be required to drive the SwissFEL main linac. The Injector further serves as a platform for the development and validation of accelerator components needed for the SwissFEL project. This paper presents the current status of the Test Facility and is focused on the control system related issues which led to the successful commissioning. In addition, the technical challenges and opportunities in view of the future SwissFEL Facility are discussed.