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Computational models, algorithms and computer codes in accelerator physics

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Beams-doc-2183-v1
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Milorad B. Popovic
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Milorad B. Popovic
Document Created:
02 Mar 2006, 13:30
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02 Mar 2006, 13:30
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Abstract:
Physical electronics researches the patterns of charge particle behavior in electromagnetic fields. The parts of this science are vacuum electronics, plasma physics, solid-state physics (semiconductor micro electronics) and non linear optics (laser physics). We will focus on the vacuum electronics (electron optics) mostly and on the beam-surface and beam-plasma interactions.

The variety of physical models in vacuum electronics predetermines the substantial differences for the mathematical formulations and methods for solving this class of problems. In the absence of the explicitly defined regulating parameters for the ensembles of charged particles the most effective approach consists of using the Vlasov’ or Fokker-Plank equations for 6-dimensional distribution function. Most popular method for the regular structures (beams and bunches) is a trajectory approach, but in the presence of small physical parameters – aberration approach.

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computer models
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