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Propagation of charged particle inside a set of magnets

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Alkass
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Jul7-14, 08:31 AM
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Hi

I am trying to find the equations of a charged particle inside a dipole & quadripole. Practically, I need to write a simulation program for it which assumes a beam passing through a dipole-quadripole-dipole which are setting around an arc. Is there some recommended literature ? Of course, I am not just interested into the classical relation of calculating the radius of the bended particle, rather than the px,py, exiting_angle etc-. For instance, I found in some outdated code, that costheta = q/sqrt(px*px+1) but could not find how to derive this formula.

Any help/tips appreciated.

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Vanadium 50
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Jul7-14, 09:34 AM
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Dave Carey, "The Optics of Charged Particle Beams"
Alkass
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Jul7-14, 12:12 PM
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something more recent? my library does not have it...

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Propagation of charged particle inside a set of magnets

More recent? Do you think the laws of physics have changed in the last few years?
Alkass
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Jul7-14, 12:51 PM
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Probably you missed that my library does not have it..so any other book suggestion ?
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"Beam optics" is a good keyword. Or just check what your library has.
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No, I just didn't want to play the game of "guess which books my library has".


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