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Analytical form for transfer matrix in transverse coordinates, arbitrary magnetic field

Added by Rogers, Chris almost 8 years ago. Updated almost 7 years ago.

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Closed
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Normal
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Start date:
16 December 2014
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% Done:

100%

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2014-12-16_13.34.24.jpg (1.09 MB) 2014-12-16_13.34.24.jpg Rogers, Chris, 16 December 2014 13:41
2014-12-16_13.34.41.jpg (1.06 MB) 2014-12-16_13.34.41.jpg Rogers, Chris, 16 December 2014 13:41
2014-12-16_13.34.51.jpg (1.08 MB) 2014-12-16_13.34.51.jpg Rogers, Chris, 16 December 2014 13:41
2014-12-16_13.35.00.jpg (1.08 MB) 2014-12-16_13.35.00.jpg Rogers, Chris, 16 December 2014 13:41
2014-12-16_13.37.17.jpg (1.01 MB) 2014-12-16_13.37.17.jpg Rogers, Chris, 16 December 2014 13:41
2015-08-27_17.25.44.jpg (1.16 MB) 2015-08-27_17.25.44.jpg Rogers, Chris, 27 August 2015 17:29
2015-08-27_17.25.52.jpg (1.12 MB) 2015-08-27_17.25.52.jpg Rogers, Chris, 27 August 2015 17:29
2015-08-27_17.26.05.jpg (1.05 MB) 2015-08-27_17.26.05.jpg Rogers, Chris, 27 August 2015 17:29
2016-02-25_10.12.27.jpg (1.1 MB) 2016-02-25_10.12.27.jpg Rogers, Chris, 25 February 2016 10:17
2016-02-25_11.50.14.jpg (1.04 MB) 2016-02-25_11.50.14.jpg Rogers, Chris, 25 February 2016 11:53
2016-02-25_11.50.30.jpg (1.03 MB) 2016-02-25_11.50.30.jpg Rogers, Chris, 25 February 2016 11:53
#1

Updated by Rogers, Chris almost 8 years ago

  • Status changed from Open to Closed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100
#2

Updated by Rogers, Chris over 7 years ago

Notes on error propagation through fields; these precede the notes above.

#3

Updated by Rogers, Chris about 7 years ago

Note that in "propagation of errors" note number 2:

  • (page 1) I have used the Einstein summation notation when I do the Taylor series expansion
  • (page 2) D matrix is the matrix with elements <du_i du_j>
#4

Updated by Rogers, Chris almost 7 years ago

I noticed that the 1/pz term for t vs E in 2014-12-16_13.35.00.jpg should be 1/(pz beta^2 gamma ^2). 1/pz is the absolute value, not the derivative.

#5

Updated by Rogers, Chris almost 7 years ago

I note I dropped a factor 1/pz in the bottom left hand square of M_d in http://micewww.pp.rl.ac.uk/attachments/3173/2014-12-16_13.35.00.jpg

So elements m_31, m_32, m_41, m_42 (indexing from 1 through 4).

#6

Updated by Rogers, Chris almost 7 years ago

Also correction to the 0, 1, 2 row in 2016-02-25 10.12.27.jpg ; I am checking everything against numerical derivatives, a few more errors to fix...

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