Computational Accelerator Physics 2003 : Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Computational Accelerator Physics, Michigan, USA, 15-18 October 2003 book cover
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Computational Accelerator Physics 2003
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Computational Accelerator Physics, Michigan, USA, 15-18 October 2003

Edited By

M Berz


K Makino

ISBN 9780750309394
Published February 1, 2005 by CRC Press
354 Pages

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Book Description

This volume provides an overview of the state of the art in computational accelerator physics, based on papers presented at the seventh international conference at Michigan State University in October 2002. The major topics covered in this volume include particle tracking and ray tracing, transfer map methods, field computation for time dependent Maxwell's equations and static magnetic problems, as well as space charge and beam-beam effects. The book also discusses modern computational environments, including parallel clusters, visualization, and new programming paradigms. It is ideal for scientists and engineers working in beam or accelerator physics and related areas of applied math and computer science.

Table of Contents

Persistent currents in superconducting filaments due to arbitrary field changes in the transverse plane
A simple parallelization of a FMM-based serial beam-beam interaction code
Accuracy analysis of a 2D Poisson-Vlasov PIC solver and estimates of the collisional effects in space charge dynamics
The COSY language independent architecture: porting COSY source files
Simulation issues for RF photoinjectors
Enhancements to iterative inexact Lanczos for solving computationally large finite element eigenmode problems
New numerical methods for solving the time-dependent Maxwell equations
Beam simulation tools for GEANT4 (and neutrino source applications)
Muon cooling rings for the v factory and the µ+ µ- collider
Status of the Los Alamos Accelerator Code Group
3D space-charge model for GPT simulations of high-brightness electron bunches
S-parameter-based computation in complex accelerator structures: Q-values and field orientation of dipole modes
AHF booster tracking with SIMPSONS
Parallel simulation algorithms for the three-dimensional strong-strong beam-beam interaction
A parallel code for lifetime simulations in hadron storage rings in the presence of parasitic beam-beam interactions
Using macroparticles with internal motion for beam dynamics simulations
The software ModeRTL for simulation of radiation processes in electron beam technologies
Computational aspects of the trajectory reconstruction in the MAGNEX large acceptance spectrometer
Study of RF coupling to dielectric loaded accelerating structures
On the map method for electron optics
Aspects of parallel simulation of high intensity beams in hadron rings
High-order beam features and fitting quadrupole-scan data to particle-code models
Muon beam ring cooler simulations using COSY INFINITY
Solenoid elements in COSY INFINITY
Experience during the SLS commissioning
Tracking particles in axisymmetric MICHELLE models
Beam dynamics problems of the muon collaboration: v-factories and µ+ -µ- colliders
Simulation of electron cloud multipacting in solenoidal magnetic field
RF heating in the PEP-II B-factory vertex bellows
Optimization of RFQ structures
A multigrid based 3D space-charge routine in the tracking code GPT
On the applicability of the thin dielectric layer model for wakefield calculation
COSY INFINITY's EXPO symplectic tracking for LHC
ORBIT: Parallel implementation of beam dynamics calculations
Vlasov simulation of beams
Space charge studies and comparison with simulations using the FNAL Booster
Progress in the study of mesh refinement for particle-in-cell plasma simulations and its application to heavy ion fusion
Calculation of transversal wake potential for short bunches
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