Commit a32d869d by snuverink_j

### put circ in mathmode

parent f37d70e8
 ... ... @@ -682,9 +682,9 @@ with a uniform distribution in $z$. (Basically a cylinder with an elliptical cro from the laser image in percent of the maximum intensity.} \tabline{FLIPX}{\index{FLIPX} \texttt{FALSE} & & Flip the laser profile in horizontal direction.} \tabline{FLIPY}{\index{FLIPY} \texttt{FALSE} & & Flip the laser profile in vertical direction.} \tabline{ROTATE90}{\index{ROTATE90} \texttt{FALSE} & & Rotate the laser profile {90}{^{\circ}} in counterclockwise direction.} \tabline{ROTATE180}{\index{ROTATE180} \texttt{FALSE} & & Rotate the laser profile {180}{^{\circ}}.} \tabline{ROTATE270}{\index{ROTATE270} \texttt{FALSE} & & Rotate the laser profile {270}{^{\circ}} in counterclockwise direction.} \tabline{ROTATE90}{\index{ROTATE90} \texttt{FALSE} & & Rotate the laser profile {90}{$^{\circ}$} in counterclockwise direction.} \tabline{ROTATE180}{\index{ROTATE180} \texttt{FALSE} & & Rotate the laser profile {180}{$^{\circ}$}.} \tabline{ROTATE270}{\index{ROTATE270} \texttt{FALSE} & & Rotate the laser profile {270}{$^{\circ}$} in counterclockwise direction.} \hline \end{tabularx} \end{center} ... ...
 ... ... @@ -351,7 +351,7 @@ Bend: RBend, ANGLE = 30.0 * Pi / 180.0, \end{verbatim} This is a definition of a simple \texttt{RBEND} that bends the beam in a positive direction 30 degrees (towards the negative x axis as if Figure~\ref{rbend}). It has a design energy of {10}{MeV}, a length of {0.5}{m}, a vertical gap of {2}{\centim} and a {0}{^{\circ}} entrance edge angle. (Therefore the exit edge angle is {30}{^{\circ}}.) We are vertical gap of {2}{\centim} and a {0}{$^{\circ}$} entrance edge angle. (Therefore the exit edge angle is {30}{$^{\circ}$}.) We are using the default, internal field map 1DPROFILE1-DEFAULT'' see~Section~\ref{benddefaultfieldmapopalt} which describes the magnet fringe fields see~Section~\ref{1DProfile1}. When \textit{OPAL} is run, you will get the following output (assuming an electron beam) for this \texttt{RBEND} definition: ... ... @@ -384,7 +384,7 @@ RBend > Reference particle is bent: 0 rad (0 degrees) in y plane The first section of this output gives the properties of the reference trajectory like that described in Figure~\ref{rbend}. From the value of \texttt{ANGLE} and the length, \texttt{L}, of the magnet, \textit{OPAL} calculates the {10}{MeV} reference particle trajectory radius, \texttt{R}. From the bend geometry and the entrance angle ({0}{^{\circ}} in this case), the exit angle is calculated. entrance angle ({0}{$^{\circ}$} in this case), the exit angle is calculated. The second section gives the field amplitude of the bend and its gradient (quadrupole focusing component), given the particle charge ($-e$ in this case so the amplitude is negative to get a positive bend direction). ... ...
 ... ... @@ -859,7 +859,7 @@ Figure~\ref{1DProfile1Type1} shows an example of a \texttt{1DProfile1 Type 1} fi \subsection{1DProfile1 Type 2 for Bend Magnet} \label{ssec:1DProfile1Type2} The \texttt{1DProfile1 Type 2} field map file format was introduce in \textit{OPAL} \textit{OPAL}version{1.2.0} to allow for more flexibility The \texttt{1DProfile1 Type 2} field map file format was introduced in \textit{OPAL} \textit{OPAL}version{1.2.0} to allow for more flexibility when defining the Enge functions for the entrance and exit fringe fields. Specifically, a \texttt{1DProfile1 Type 2} map does not contain any information about the length of the magnet. Instead, that value is set using the element's \texttt{L} attribute. In turn, this allows us the freedom to make slight changes to how the parameters on lines 2 ... ...
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