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set (_SRCS
DipoleFieldTest.cpp
MultipoleTTest.cpp
OffsetTest.cpp
RingTest.cpp
SBend3DTest.cpp
ScalingFFAGMagnetTest.cpp
TrimCoilTest.cpp
VariableRFCavityTest.cpp
DipoleFieldTest.cpp
)
include_directories (
......
#include "gtest/gtest.h"
#include "TrimCoils/TrimCoilFit.h"
#include "TrimCoils/TrimCoilMirrored.h"
#include "opal_test_utilities/SilenceTest.h"
// Test TrimCoilFit on zeros
TEST(TrimCoil, TrimCoilFitZeros)
{
OpalTestUtilities::SilenceTest silencer;
const double mm2m = 0.001;
double bmax = 0.0;
double rmin = 1000; // mm
double rmax = 2000;
TrimCoilFit myTrimCoil(bmax, rmin, rmax, {}, {});
const double one = 1.0;
double br = one, bz = one;
myTrimCoil.applyField((rmin+rmax)*mm2m/2.0, 1, &br, &bz);
// not changed since bmax 0.0
EXPECT_NEAR(br, one, 1e-7);
EXPECT_NEAR(bz, one, 1e-7);
bmax = 1.0;
myTrimCoil = TrimCoilFit(bmax, rmin, rmax, {}, {});
myTrimCoil.applyField(rmin*mm2m - 1, 1, &br, &bz);
// not changed since r outside range
EXPECT_NEAR(br, one, 1e-7);
EXPECT_NEAR(bz, one, 1e-7);
myTrimCoil.applyField(rmax*mm2m + 1, 1, &br, &bz);
// not changed since r outside range
EXPECT_NEAR(br, one, 1e-7);
EXPECT_NEAR(bz, one, 1e-7);
}
TEST(TrimCoil, TrimCoilFit)
{
OpalTestUtilities::SilenceTest silencer;