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Re: [Opal] Source code about computing self-field.

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  • From: "Adelmann Andreas (PSI)" <andreas.adelmann AT>
  • To: sherlp <1341516422 AT>
  • Cc: "opal AT" <opal AT>
  • Subject: Re: [Opal] Source code about computing self-field.
  • Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2022 06:34:29 +0000
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Thank you for the information, now your questions
start to make sense. For the FFA (we are not using FFAG anymore)
do you use field maps or the FFA Magnes and/or Ring Definition?

Cheers A
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On 11 Apr 2022, at 14:42, sherlp <1341516422 AT> wrote:

Dear Andy and Muralikrishnan,

Thank you for the help, I also found the boundp() function and have verified
the effect of it now.

I'm a senior and working on my undergraduate thesis at CIAE. What I want to
accomplish is to remove domain mapping which maps all particles to a fixed
computation domain [-1,1]^3 but build AMR hierarchy in physical
domain(bounding box) directly under AMR solver. I have  communicated with Dr.
Frey via mails about the feasibility. So I would like to figure out where OPAL
sets the bounding box in FFT solver and where OPAL sets the initial AMR domain
and then combine them together to get a faster calculation in our particular
FFAG simulation.

Best regards,

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