COMBI (COherent Multibunch Beam-beam Interactions)

Short description

COMBI stands for COherent Multibunch Beam-beam Interaction. The code simulates interactions of two counter rotating beams. Several “actions” can be included in the simulation: linear transport, head-on and long-range beam-beam interactions, noise sources, collimators, impedances, linear detuning, transverse feedback, synctrotron radiation.

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Technical information

  • Programming Languages used for implementation:
    • FORTRAN, C and C++
  • Operating systems:
    • tested exclusivey on Linux (Ubuntu 12.04,18.04, SLC 5 and CENTOS7)
  • Other prerequisites:
    • Libraries: fftw, GSL

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Topic revision: r3 - 2019-10-25 - XavierBuffat
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