White paper: accuracy analysis of charged particle trajectory CAE software
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‘Accuracy analysis of charged particle trajectory CAE software’
Advances in numerical solutions of both ordinary and partial differential equations have led to the development of computer-aided engineering (CAE) software packages that permit the simulation of more complex systems that include real-world deviations that inevitably occur. As the accuracy of simulation results is fundamental for the selection of beam analysis software, this paper from Integrated Engineering Software uses that criterion to examine the most popular numerical methods and to illustrate techniques for evaluating their suitability.
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White paper contents
- Executive summary
- Overview of charged particle beam analysis
- Types of field distribution
- Simulating trajectories using the Lorentz CAE software suite
- Isolating ODE solution errors
- Constant E field simulations
- Constant B field simulations
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