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Serpentine -- A Python-based Charged Particle Tracker

The goal of this project is to build a charged particle tracker somewhat similar in capability to Lucretia. Despite its similarities, this will not simply be a rewrite of that code, and will include several features that make it stand out from the crowd:
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    • A true macro-particle beam (unlike that existing in Lucretia), where each macro-particle carries information on its mean and second moment.
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Physics Notes

Here you can find definitions of the beam coordinate system, R-matrices, and a full description and derivation of the Hamiltonians used to define the dynamics in each of the accelerator elements.

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Physics Notes -- Here you can find definitions of the beam coordinate system, R-matrices, and a full description and derivation of the Hamiltonians used to define the dynamics in each of the accelerator elements.
  Element-by-element comparison with Lucretia
 
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