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==Emails/attachments sent during the previous week==
 
==Emails/attachments sent during the previous week==
*Email chain subject name: Ion energy consumption from Bethe's original article (1930)
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*Email chain subject name: Investigating EField on axis between 0.1 and 0.3
**Date: Mar 2-4, 2020
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**Date: Mar 9, 2020
**Description: Josh sent a translated/transcribed version of "Theory of the passage of fast corpuscular rays through matter," which has a detailed description of ion energies after ionization
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**Description: Josh sent plots of Ez vs z between 0.1 and 0.3m to see if there is indeed a bump in the electric field. These plots showed no bump in the e-field, even at small stepsizes. Cristhian said that one possible reason for a bump in his e-field plots is because he is solving the E-field using Neumann boundary conditions at the end of the beamline.
  
 
==Post-meeting notes==
 
==Post-meeting notes==
* Josh presented ion energy analysis - GPT simulations of single bunch with fixed parameters. Simulations were made with the ionization as is, with the energy of the ion unchanged, secondary electrons on/off, and with space charge on/off.
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* asdf
* Need to make bunch with long length for DC bwaem
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* Need to make higher bunch charge to see the effects of space charge - perhaps a single bunch going through stationary ions
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* Removing NEGs makes a big difference in the electric field profile of the CEBAF photogun
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* Need to check e-field for 0.1<=z<=0.25m - Cristhian showed that there is a bump in the e-field on axis in that range.
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* Perhaps use Maxwellian distribution of ions with 3-4eV. Cristhian will share his C++ routine for creating this Maxwellian distribution.
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Revision as of 15:27, 24 March 2020

Emails/attachments sent during the previous week

  • Email chain subject name: Investigating EField on axis between 0.1 and 0.3
    • Date: Mar 9, 2020
    • Description: Josh sent plots of Ez vs z between 0.1 and 0.3m to see if there is indeed a bump in the electric field. These plots showed no bump in the e-field, even at small stepsizes. Cristhian said that one possible reason for a bump in his e-field plots is because he is solving the E-field using Neumann boundary conditions at the end of the beamline.

Post-meeting notes

  • asdf

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