Kuske, B.C.; Rudolph, J.: Beam Positioning Concept and Tolerance Considerations for BERLinPro. In: Proceedings of IPAC2014, Dresden, Germany. , 2014. - ISBN 978-3-95450-132-8, p. 1105-1107
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BERLinPro is an ERL project at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, with the goal to illuminate the challenges and promises of a high brightness 100 mA superconducting RF gun in combination with a 50 MeV return loop and energy recovery [1, 2]. The precision of the beam position in a single turn machine might be relaxed compared to the demands in storage rings. Still, a trajectory correction concept has to be developed and the influence of trajectory offsets on the goal parameters, its dependence on fluctuating injection parameters or effects related to the low energy of 6.5-50 MeV have to be investigated. This paper covers the initial trajectory correction studies and first tolerance scenarios of BERLinPro using the projected hardware concept.