Overview of the WARP code and studies of transverse resonance effects

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Two papers presented at the Shelter Island workshop are very briefly summarized here, in view of recent publications elsewhere The WARP code, developed for Heavy-Ion beam-driven inertial confinement Fusion (HIF) accelerator studies, combines features of a particle-in-cell plasma simulation and an accelerator tracking program. Its methods and architecture have been developed for efficiency both in detailed simulation of individual machine sections and in long-time beam tracking. The transverse ``slice`` model in the code has been applied to the study of transverse resonance effects associated with quadrupole strength errors. These simulations confirm that rapid passage through a resonance can reduce the ... continued below

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Friedman, A., LLNL May 1, 1998.

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Two papers presented at the Shelter Island workshop are very briefly summarized here, in view of recent publications elsewhere The WARP code, developed for Heavy-Ion beam-driven inertial confinement Fusion (HIF) accelerator studies, combines features of a particle-in-cell plasma simulation and an accelerator tracking program. Its methods and architecture have been developed for efficiency both in detailed simulation of individual machine sections and in long-time beam tracking. The transverse ``slice`` model in the code has been applied to the study of transverse resonance effects associated with quadrupole strength errors. These simulations confirm that rapid passage through a resonance can reduce the associated mismatch and emittance growth References to published details and to other sources of information are supplied.

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  • Workshop on space charge physics in high intensity hadron rings, Shelter Island, NY (United States), 4-7 May 1998

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