EMMA Meeting: Longitudinal Simulations. 18/ 11/10 Jimmy Garland The University of Manchester The Cockcroft Institute. EMMA Meeting: Longitudinal Simulations. Built a simulation code which derives from a ToF per cell curve obtained using a particular lattice in S. Machida’s code.
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This parabolic shape of the time of flight curve as a function of energy can be approximated by a 2nd order Taylor expansion:
Phase error tolerance increases with higher voltage gain per turn as a higher voltage gain per turn widens the serpentine channel in phase space.