Benchmarking of simulation codes track and astra for the fnal high-intensity proton source. Carneiro, J. In pages 466--468, 2006.
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The FNAL High-Intensity Proton Source is an 8-GeV superconductingH- linac conceived with the primary mission of increasing the intensity of the Main Injector for the Fermilab neutrino program. The main tool used for the design of the accelerator is the beam dynamics code TRACK developed by Argonne National Laboratory to fulfill the requirements of proton and heavy-ion linacs. ASTRA, developed by DESY (Hamburg, Germany) and mainly used for the design of electron photo-injectors, also offers the possibility to simulate acceleration of hydrogen ions. This paper presents benchmarking of TRACK and ASTRA.
@inproceedings{ carneiro_benchmarking_2006,
  title = {Benchmarking of simulation codes track and astra for the fnal high-intensity proton source},
  abstract = {The {FNAL} High-Intensity Proton Source is an 8-{GeV} {superconductingH}- linac conceived with the primary mission of increasing the intensity of the Main Injector for the Fermilab neutrino program. The main tool used for the design of the accelerator is the beam dynamics code {TRACK} developed by Argonne National Laboratory to fulfill the requirements of proton and heavy-ion linacs. {ASTRA}, developed by {DESY} (Hamburg, Germany) and mainly used for the design of electron photo-injectors, also offers the possibility to simulate acceleration of hydrogen ions. This paper presents benchmarking of {TRACK} and {ASTRA}.},
  language = {English},
  author = {Carneiro, J.-P.},
  year = {2006},
  pages = {466--468}
}
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