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Question Angular Distribution for Gaussian Electron Beam 

Forum: Documentation and Examples
Date: 08 Sep, 2010
From: Nathan <Nathan>

Are there any examples that can help set up the angular distribution of a guassian electron beam that will traverse a lattice of dipoles and quads? I tried using a gaussian angular distribution however it doesnt produce the correct rms beam spot. Correct meaning matching results found with MAD-X. If i set it to produce the correct rms beam spot size at the entrance and exit of the first element (dipole magnet) it will not be correct further downstream. I tried looking at the methods in the microbeam and nanobeam examples but they didnt seem to work for a gaussian distribution in position. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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1 None: Re: Angular Distribution for Gaussian Electron Beam   (Tom Roberts - 08 Sep, 2010)
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