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Simulation

Simulation performed using Track3p with eigenmode provided by Omega3p.

Mesh size: 178148 second order elements

The design split into 6 segments in order to reduce CPU time.

Each simulation involved emitting electrons every 100th of an RF cycle for 1 RF cycle. These electrons were then tracked for a further 19 RF cycles.

Each segment had ~ 150 to 250 emitting sites resulting in ~ 15000 to 25000 electrons being tracked per region.

Impacts


Enhanced Counter Functions

Counter functions calculated using sum of SEY for each impact. The counter functions shown are normalised by the number of emitted particles.

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