The basic physics, results of 3–D simulations, and relevant parameters for the design of a far infrared FEL, which operates in the SASE superradiant short bunch regime, are presented. It is shown that a quite interesting device can be easily developed, with rather new features, producing coherent laser pulses with ∼10 psec duration and around 7 MW peak power.
Free-electron lasers SASE GENESIS 1.3 BRAFEL
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Rodolfo Bonifacio acknowledges partial support from the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq).
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