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 ... ... @@ -1037,14 +1037,14 @@ A \texttt{QUADRUPOLE} has three real attributes: \begin{kdescription} \item[K1] The normal quadrupole component $K_1=\diffp{B_y}{x}$. The default is ${0}{T\perm}$. The default is ${0}{Tm^{-1}}$. The component is positive, if $B_y$ is positive on the positive $x$-axis. This implies horizontal focusing of positively charged particles which travel in positive $s$-direction. \item[K1S] The skew quadrupole component. $K_{1s}=-\diffp{B_x}{x}$. The default is ${0}{T\perm}$. The default is ${0}{Tm^{-1}}$. The component is negative, if $B_x$ is positive on the positive $x$-axis. \end{kdescription} ... ...
 ... ... @@ -942,7 +942,7 @@ Figure~\ref{1DProfile1Type2} shows an example of a \texttt{1DProfile1 Type 2} fi using bi-linear interpolation. The field is non-negligible from {-3.0}{\centim} to {51.0}{\centim} relative to \texttt{ELEMEDGE} and the 200 grid points in the radial direction span the distance from {0.0}{\centim} to {2.0}{\centim}. The field values are ordered in XZ orientation, so the index in the longitudinal direction changes fastest and therefore $E_z$ values are stored in the first column and $E_r$ values in the second see~Section~\ref{fieldorientation}. \textit{OPAL-t} normalizes the field so that $max(|E_{z, \text{ on axis}}|) = {1}{MV\perm}$.} column and $E_r$ values in the second see~Section~\ref{fieldorientation}. \textit{OPAL-t} normalizes the field so that $max(|E_{z, \text{ on axis}}|) = {1}{MVm^{-1}}$.} \label{fig:2DElectroStatic} \end{figure} ... ... @@ -1090,7 +1090,7 @@ Figure~\ref{2DMagnetoStatic} gives an example of a \texttt{2DMagnetoStatic} fiel longitudinal direction changes fastest and therefore $E_z$ values are stored in the first column and $E_r$ values in the second. The third column contains the electric field magnitude, $|E|$, and is not used (but must still be included). The fourth column is $H_{\phi}$ in A/m. The third and fourth columns are always the same and do not depend on the field orientation see~Section~\ref{fieldorientation}. \textit{OPAL-t} normalizes the field so that $max(|E_{z,\text{ on axis}}|) = {1}{MV\perm}$.} orientation see~Section~\ref{fieldorientation}. \textit{OPAL-t} normalizes the field so that $max(|E_{z,\text{ on axis}}|) = {1}{MVm^{-1}}$.} \label{fig:2DDynamic} \end{figure} ... ... @@ -1292,7 +1292,7 @@ Figure~\ref{3DMagnetoStatic_Extended} gives an example of a \texttt{3DMagnetoSta The field between the grid points is calculated with a tri-linear interpolation. The field is non-negligible between {-3.0}{\centim} to {51.0}{\centim} relative to \texttt{ELEMEDGE}, the 228 grid points in x-direction range from {-1.5}{\centim} to {1.5}{\centim} and the 152 grid points in y-direction range from {-1.0}{\centim} to {1.0}{\centim} relative to the design path. The field values are ordered such that the index in z-direction changes fastest, then the index in y-direction while the index in x-direction changes slowest. The columns correspond to $E_x$, $E_y$, $E_z$, $H_x$, $H_y$ and $H_z$. \textit{OPAL-t} normalizes the field so that $max(|E_{z,\text{ on axis}}|) = {1}{MV\perm}$.} slowest. The columns correspond to $E_x$, $E_y$, $E_z$, $H_x$, $H_y$ and $H_z$. \textit{OPAL-t} normalizes the field so that $max(|E_{z,\text{ on axis}}|) = {1}{MVm^{-1}}$.} \label{fig:3DDynamic} \end{figure} ... ...
 ... ... @@ -239,9 +239,9 @@ This file is used to log the statistical properties of the bunch in the ASCII va 34 & Bx\_ref & {T} & X-component of magnetic field at reference particle\\ 35 & By\_ref & {T} & Y-component of magnetic field at reference particle\\ 36 & Bz\_ref & {T} & Z-component of magnetic field at reference particle\\ 37 & Ex\_ref & {MV\perm} & X-component of electric field at reference particle\\ 38 & Ey\_ref & {MV\perm} & Y-component of electric field at reference particle\\ 39 & Ez\_ref & {MV\perm} & Z-component of electric field at reference particle\\ 37 & Ex\_ref & {MVm^{-1}} & X-component of electric field at reference particle\\ 38 & Ey\_ref & {MVm^{-1}} & Y-component of electric field at reference particle\\ 39 & Ez\_ref & {MVm^{-1}} & Z-component of electric field at reference particle\\ 40 & dE & {MeV} & Energy spread of the bunch\\ 41 & dt & {ns} & Size of time step\\ 42 & partsOutside & 1 & Number of particles outside $n \times gma$ of beam, where $n$ is controlled with \texttt{BEAMHALOBOUNDARY}\\ ... ...
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