Particle Accelerator Design: Computer Programs - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780121815509, 9780323155977

Particle Accelerator Design: Computer Programs

1st Edition

Authors: John Colonias
eBook ISBN: 9780323155977
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th January 1974
Page Count: 320
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Description

Particle Accelerator Design: Computer Programs describes some of the most important computer programs applicable to the design of particle accelerators. Computer programs that calculate magnetic and electric fields are considered, along with programs that calculate orbits of particles in a magnetic and/or electric field. Some representative programs useful in the design of linear accelerator-type cavities are also discussed. This book is comprised of six chapters and begins with a review of two-dimensional magnetostatic programs, including TRIM, LINDA, NUTCRACKER, MAREC, GRACY, and COILS. The University of Colorado's magnet program is also examined. The next chapter is devoted to programs capable of solving problems relating to the calculation of electrostatic fields in two-dimensional geometries. The reader is also introduced to programs that perform calculations of three-dimensional linear and nonlinear problems, along with programs that employ matrix formalism and integration of equations of motion. The final chapter looks at programs for linear accelerator-type cavities, including CURE, JESSY, MESSYMESH, and AZTEC. This monograph will be a useful resource for physical scientists, engineers, and computer programmers.

Table of Contents


Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

Part A Programs for Magnetic and Electric Fields

1. Introduction

Chapter I Two-Dimensional Magnetostatic Programs

2. Program TRIM

3. Program LINDA

4. Program NUTCRACKER

5. Program MAREC

6. Evaluations: TRIM, LINDA, NUTCRACKER, and MAREC

7. Program GRACY

8. University of Colorado Magnet Program

9. Program COILS

Chapter II Calculation of Electrostatic Fields

10. Program JASON

Chapter III Three-Dimensional Magnetostatic Programs

11. Introduction

12. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Magnet Program

13. Carnegie Mellon Magnet Program

14. University of Nevada Magnet Program

15. CERN Magnet Program

16. Program MAFCO

17. Program FORCE

Part B Orbit Calculation Programs

18. Introduction

Chapter IV Programs Employing Matrix Formalism

19. Introduction

20. Program TRANSPORT

21. Program OPTIK

22. Program TRAMP

23. Program 4P

24. Naval Research Laboratory Beam Transport Programs

25. Program BOPTIC

26. Program BEATCH

27. Program SYTRAN

28. CERN Beam Transport Programs

Chapter V Programs Employing Integration of Equations of Motion

29. Introduction

30. Program SOTRM

31. Program TRAJECTORY

32. Program GOC3D

33. Program MAGOP

34. Program MAFCOIII

35. Program CYDE

36. Program PINWHEEL

37. Program SYNCH

38. Program AGS

Part C Linear Accelerator Programs

39. Introduction

Chapter VI Programs for Linac Cavities

40. Program CURE

41. Program JESSY

42. Program MESSYMESH

43. Program AZTEC

Appendixes

I Summary of Computer Programs That Solve the Non linear Partial Differential Equation for Magnetostatics in 2 Dimensions

II Summary of Computer Programs That Solve the Partial Differential Equations for Magnetostatics in 3 Dimensions

III Summary of Computer Programs That Use the Integral Equation Method

References

Author Index

Subject Index

Details

No. of pages:
320
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1974
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323155977

About the Author

John Colonias