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Re: [Opal] OPAL-cycl and 3D Cavity Map

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  • From: Andreas Adelmann <andreas.adelmann AT>
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  • Subject: Re: [Opal] OPAL-cycl and 3D Cavity Map
  • Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2011 10:16:52 +0200
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Ok great! 

However there is one thing, because in OPAL-t the y and z axis are  different than in OPAL-cycl where did 
you take that into account?  

In the converter frpm ANSIS to H5Block?


On 07.09.2011, at 07:50, wangchuan02513 wrote:

Hi, Andreas,
I have not implemented the BoundaryGeometry stuff in OPAL-cycl.

However, various 3D cavity field maps are ready for simulation, which are mainly based on the H5Block lib. The one I used to simulate the multipacting in cyclotron is the FM3DH5Block_nonescale.cpp. Which basically use the order that data varies fastest in X and slowest in Z. And this field map does not scale using scale factor defined in RFCavity class.

I'll find the example of ASCII file and the converter I made using H5Block lib and send them to you if you need them.

Best regards
Chuan Wang

At 2011-09-06 21:19:58,"Andreas Adelmann" <andreas.adelmann AT> wrote: >Hi Chuan can you shortly summarize the status w.r.t >the usage of a 3D cavity field map in the Cyclotron flavor of OPAL? > >We would like to use a 3D field map for the acceleration of >a proton beam in our Comet proton therapy Cyclotron. The field map >is most likely generated with ANSYS. > >Best Andreas >------ >Dr. sc. math. Andreas (Andy) Adelmann >Staff Scientist >Paul Scherrer Institut WLGB/132 CH-5232 Villigen PSI >Phone Office: xx41 56 310 42 33 Fax: xx41 56 310 31 91 >Phone Home: xx41 62 891 91 44 >------------------------------------------------------- >Friday: ETH CAB H 83.1  +41 44 632 36 72 >============================================ >The more exotic, the more abstract the knowledge, >the more profound will be its consequences. >Leon Lederman >============================================ > > > >_______________________________________________ >Opal mailing list >Opal AT >

Best Andreas
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