Numerical Solution
doi: 10.2172/5039788
Pages: (9 p)
Equations
Computerized Simulation
grantno: FG05-87ER40374
Houston Univ., TX (United States)
COMSYN is a numerical integration code which is written for the study and design of the compact synchrotrons. An improved 4th-order Runge-Kutta method is used in COMSYN to integrate the exact equations of motion in a rectangular coordinate system. The magnetic field components of the dipole B{sub x}, B{sub y} and B{sub z} can be obtained from either measurement or directly computed data (MAGNUS, TOSCA). A spline interpolation method is then used to get the field value at the particle position. For standard quadrupole and sextupole, the analytical expression is employed to compute its field distribution.
Huang, Y.
43 Particle Accelerators
Simulation 430200* -- Particle Accelerators-- Beam Dynamics, Field Calculations, & Ion Optics
United States. Department of Energy.
other: DE92002612
Orbits
C Codes
ark: ark:/67531/metadc1058671
Partial Differential Equations
Equations Of Motion
Manuals
rep-no: DOE/ER/40374-57
Iterative Methods
Synchrotrons
Manual for COMSYN: A orbit integration code for the study of beam dynamics in compact synchrotrons
Differential Equations
1991-10-01
Computer Codes
Cyclic Accelerators
Runge-Kutta Method
Accelerators
Document Types
Beam Dynamics
osti: 5039788