DEVELOPMENT OF CALCULATION TECHNIQUES AND SOFTWARE
FOR TECHNICAL AND ENGINEERING APPLICATION
Development of calculation techniques and software capable of solving coupled problems:
- for a range of machines (cyclotrons, EM motors, charged particles transport system elements)
- for specific applications (for example, a charged particles separator with specified parameters)
- in combination with commercial software
- with expandable and augmentable program modules of variant uniformity and integrability.
A) Computations of desired performance of a magnet system (or its components) on the basis of trajectory analysis.
B) Computations of required magnet system parameteres on the basis of 2D/3D magnetostatic simulations.
C) Magnet system optimisation on the basis of initial design criteria (for example, computations of peak field, integral ponderomotive forces, field distribution in regions of interest, etc.)
D) Computation of ponderomotive forces distribution (for instance, via transformation of distributed EM loads into nodal loads; the outputs being presented in a format suitable for stress/strain computations).
E) Computation of losses caused by possible field variations of (adaptation of commercial programs is possible)
F) Stress/strain analysis of magnet systems
G) Thermohydraulic computations of magnet systems (taking into account features of superconducting systems)
H) Possible run of above computations in any combination to provide iterative solving of a self consistent coupled problem
I) Complex checking computations of magnet systems on the basis of the optimized design