Short description

ABCI (Azimuthal Beam Cavity Interaction) is a code used for impedance and wakefield calculations created and maintained by Yong Ho Chin (KEK, Japan). It is a time domain solver of electromagnetic fields when a bunched beam goes through an axi-symmetric structure (on or off axis). An arbitrary charge distribution can be defined by the user (default=Gaussian).

Web resources

  • *Home page and source code:

Technical information

  • *Operating systems: Linux and Windows (works at least on XP and 7)

Other information

  • Developed by: Y. H. Chin
  • License: freeware
  • Contact persons at CERN: Benoit Salvant
  • Being actively developed and supported: Yes

-- Main.GiovanniIadarola - 2016-11-25

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