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  • From: wangchuan02513 <wangchuan02513 AT>
  • To: wangchuan02513 <wangchuan02513 AT>
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  • Subject: Re:Re:Re:Re: [Opal] OPAL-cycl and 3D Cavity Map
  • Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2011 16:33:02 +0800 (CST)
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Sorry, the attachments are in a seperated email to Andreas.

At 2011-09-08 16:29:09,wangchuan02513 <wangchuan02513 AT> wrote:
Hi, Andreas,
The converter and the Ascii files are per attached. The make file I used to compile the converter is copied from my felsim working directory, it is for H5Part lib but it should also work for h5hut lib after change some paths.
Best regards

At 2011-09-07 19:27:43,wangchuan02513 <wangchuan02513 AT> wrote:
Hi, Andreas,
In my simulation on cyclotron cavity multipacting, I just treat the direction of the height of the cavity as Z, and X axis is the symmetrical line of the cavity along angular direction. I don't know how does Jianjun model the cyclotron cavity in OPAL-cycl.
But as far as you know the way how OPAL-cycl treat the cavity field map, you can just modify the converter to read the ASCII field map and convert it into the right XYZ which fit the OPAL-cycl. 
I have to find the converter somewhere in my laptop and I'll send it to you when I come back to home.
Best regards

At 2011-09-07 16:16:52,"Andreas Adelmann" <andreas.adelmann AT> wrote:
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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