### small table fix

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 ... ... @@ -320,7 +320,7 @@ See Table~\ref{fieldsolvercmd} for a summary of the Fieldsolver command. \begin{center} \caption{Fieldsolver command summary} \label{tab:fieldsolvercmd} \begin{tabular}{|l|p{0.6\textwidth}|l|} \begin{tabular}{|l|l|} \hline \tabhead Command & Purpose \\ \hline ... ... @@ -440,7 +440,7 @@ The behavior of the preconditioner can be: \texttt{STD}\index{PRECMODE!STD}, \te Suppose $\mathrm{d} E$ the energy spread in the particle bunch is to large, the electrostatic approximation is no longer valid. One solution to that problem is to introduce $k$ energy bins and perform $k$ separate field solves in which $\mathrm{d} E$ is again small and hence the electrostatic approximation valid. In case of a cyclotron see~Section~\ref{cyclotron} the number of energy bins must be at minimum the number of neighboring bunches (\texttt{NNEIGHBB}) i.e. $\text{\texttt{ENBINS}} \le \text{\texttt{NNEIGHBB}}$. see~Section~\ref{cyclotron} the number of energy bins must be at minimum the number of neighboring bunches (\texttt{NNEIGHBB}) i.e. $\mathrm{ENBINS} \le mathrm{NNEIGHBB}$. The variable \texttt{MINSTEPFORREBIN} defines the number of integration step that have to pass until all energy bins are merged into one. ... ... @@ -460,7 +460,7 @@ simulation one requires following ingredients: \begin{table}[ht] \footnotesize \begin{center} \caption{Mesh-refinement strategies} \caption{Mesh refinement strategies} \label{tab:tagging_strategies} \begin{tabular}{|l|p{0.6\textwidth}|} \hline ... ... @@ -470,16 +470,16 @@ simulation one requires following ingredients: scaling factor \texttt{AMR\_SCALING} \\ \texttt{EFIELD} & Mark each cell if the electric field component of any direction satisfies $E^{level}_{d, cell}\ge\alpha\max E_{d}^{level}$, where $d=x, y, z$ and $\alpha\in[0, 1]$ is the scaling factor \texttt{AMR\_SCALING} \\ \texttt{AMR\_SCALING} & \\ \texttt{MOMENTA} & It performs a loop over all particles of a level and computes the dot product of the momenta.\ Every cell that contains a particle with $||\mathbf{p}|| \ge \alpha \max_{level} ||\mathbf{p}||$ is refined.\ The scalar $\alpha\in[0, 1]$ is a user-defined value \texttt{AMR\_SCALING}. \\ \texttt{CHARGE\_DENSITY} & If the charge density of a cell is greater or equal to the value specified with \texttt{AMD\_DENSITY} the cell is tagged for refinement\\ \texttt{MIN\_NUM\_PARTICLES} & Cells with equal or more particles are refined.\ The bound is specified with \texttt{AMR\_MIN\_NUM\_PART} \\ \texttt{AMR\_MIN\_NUM\_PART} & \\ \texttt{MAX\_NUM\_PARTICLES} & Cells with equal or less particles are refined.\ The bound is specified with \texttt{AMR\_MAX\_NUM\_PART}\\ \texttt{AMR\_MAX\_NUM\_PART} & \\ \hline \end{tabular} \end{center} ... ...
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