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Simulation

Simulation performed using Track3p with eigenmode provided by Omega3p.

Mesh size: 143695 second order elements

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.

Enhanced Counter Functions

Counter functions calculated using sum of SEY for each impact. The counter functions shown are normalised.

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