DELPHI

Short description

DELPHI (Discrete Expansion over Laguerre Polynomials and HeadtaIl modes) allows to evaluate the transverse beam stability wrt. the machine impedance. It is a semi-analytical Vlasov solver which allows to perform fast scans overs parameters such as chromaticity, bunch intensity, damper gain...

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Technical information

  • Programming Languages used for implementation:
    • C++, Python
  • Operating systems:
    • Linux (SLC5, Ubuntu 12.04+)
  • Other prerequisites:
    • Python 2.7
    • NumPy, SciPy (installation of Anaconda2 recommended)

Other information

  • Developed by: N.Mounet, N.Biancacci, D.Amorim
  • License: CERN Copyright
  • Contact persons: N.Mounet, D.Amorim, N.Biancacci
  • Being actively developed and supported: Yes
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PDFpdf DELPHI-expanded.pdf r1 manage 2165.0 K 2016-10-18 - 18:56 DavidAmorim Presentation of DELPHI by N.Mounet
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