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  • Create a file .mpd.conf in your home directory containing MPD_SECRETWORD=somepassword -- somepassword is your unique identifier, but does not have to be a super-high level password

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  • If you don't have it, ask for a PP computing account
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  • To access the cluster login into linappserv0.pp.rhul.ac.uk, don't forget the -Y option if you want to work with the graphics
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  • Create a file .mpd.conf in your home directory containing MPD_SECRETWORD=somepassword -- somepassword is your unique identifier, but does not have to be a super-high level password
  • Add some environment variables to your shell's start-up file using this example
  • In $GDFIDL_HOME you can find the manual and the tutorial. These are large documents, so don't print them if you don't really need to
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  • Use this Queue submission script for submitting GdfidL jobs
  • Type qsub script_name to submit the job to the queue
  • Use qstat to see the status of the cluster's queues (or qstat | grep username to filter your jobs only or qstat -f jobid to see the status of a particular job)
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  • If you don't have it, ask for a PP computing account
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  • Create a file .mpd.conf in your home directory containing MPD_SECRETWORD=somepassword -- somepassword is your unique identifier, but does not have to be a super-high level password
  • Add some environment variables to your shell's start-up file using this example
  • In $GDFIDL_HOME you can find the manual and the tutorial. These are large documents, so don't print them if you don't really need to
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  This is a VERY brief description, the manual is 200 pages long, so keep it handy, there are many features that may be useful for your particular task. Once you have gone through the examples, see me (Alexey.Lyapin (at) rhul.ac.uk) to discuss the details of your problem. I can contact the developer if I don't know the answer, but can certainly help with general questions.
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Post-processing

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  • You can make your life easier pre-loading some scripts and your last computation using the postprocessor profile, see Postprocessor Profile Example
  • Some of the most useful sections of the postprocessor are -3darrowplot -- plot 3-dimensional fields, -sparameter -- calculate S-parameters from time-domain signals, -wakes -- calculate wakes from the stored field data, etc
  • There are also some useful scripts for calculating Q-values and shunt impedances in $GDFIDL_HOME/postprocessor-macros, using these as examples you can write your own
  • The scripts are executed with the call command, for example, to calculate the Q-value of mode number 1 you would type call QValue(1)

Afterword

This is a VERY brief description, the manual is 200 pages long, so keep it handy, there are many features that may be useful for your particular task. Once you have gone through the examples, see me (Alexey.Lyapin (at) rhul.ac.uk) to discuss the details of your problem. I can contact the developer if I don't know the answer, but can certainly help with general questions.

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  • Add some environment variables to your shell's start-up file using this example
  • In $GDFIDL_HOME you can find the manual and the tutorial. These are large documents, so don't print them if you don't really need to
  • Start GdfidL in the interactive mode just typing gd1 to check if all is set up correctly
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  • Use eigenmode example as a starting point for eigenmode computations (think frequencies, modes, Q-values)
  • Use wakefield example for time-domain simulations (time varying signals, S-parameters, wakes)

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What is this software?

  • GdfidL is a 3D electromagnetic simulation code written in FORTRAN.
  • It uses orthogonal mesh with diagonal fillings to discretise the geometry
  • FDTD (Finite Difference Time Domain) algorithm at the core
  • Two solvers are included: eigenmode and time domain
  • Can run in interactive mode
  • Has a built-in interpreter with basic maths and powerful syntax (variables, ifs, loops)
  • Runs on serial and parallel machines
  • Includes a postprocessor for computing macro parameters and field-derived values (Q-values, wakepotentials)

What can you do with the code?

  • Eigenmode simulations
    • Eigenmodes => resonant frequencies
    • Includes periodic boundary conditions
    • Q, R/Q etc using the postprocessor
  • Time domain simulations
    • Fields can be excited by port modes or relativistic charges
    • Scattering parameters (pp)
    • Wake potentials (pp)
 

Before you start with GdfidL

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  • Read the instructions on using the cluster
  • To access the cluster login into linappserv0.pp.rhul.ac.uk
  • You have to run a script in ~george/scripts/sshforcluster.sh in order to allow passwordless connections
  • Create a file .mpd.conf in your home directory containing MPD_SECRETWORD=somepassword -- somepassword is your unique identifier, but does not have to be a super-high level password

Starting up

  • Login into linappserv0.pp.rhul.ac.uk
  • Add some environment variables to your shell's start-up file using this example
  • In $GDFIDL_HOME you can find the manual and the tutorial. These are large documents, so don't print them if you don't really need to
  • Start GdfidL in the interactive mode just typing gd1 to check if all is set up correctly
  • In principle, the whole geometry can be created in the interactive mode, but it's a lot more efficient to use input files
  • Use Ctrl-D to exit

Creating the geometry

  • Use eigenmode example as a starting point for eigenmode computations (think frequencies, modes, Q-values)
  • Use wakefield example for time-domain simulations (time varying signals, S-parameters, wakes)

Submitting your job to the queue

  • For the cluster to be used efficiently, there is a queue manager - program that manages the order in which the jobs run on the cluster
  • Use this example script for submitting GdfidL jobs
  • Type qsub script_name to submit the job to the queue

Post-processing

 
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GdfidL license is installed for the Faraday Cluster.

Some instructions

* To access the cluster login into linappserv0.pp.rhul.ac.uk * A manual can be found in /scratch1/gd1 * You have to run a script in ~george/scripts/sshforcluster.sh in order to allow passwordless connections * Use

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GdfidL tutorial

 
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