GIOS

General Ion Optical System

About GIOS

GIOS was written at University of Giessen by E. Kasseckert, D.M. Rehfield, W. Wendel, J. Brezina, Ch. Geisse, J.D. Larson, K. Lindemann, S. Meuser, J. Troetscher, B. Hartmann, G. Jung, A. Przewloka, H. Weick, H. Wollnik and M. Wollnik.

Features

  • Description of ion optical systems using matrices up to third order
  • Dipoles with inhomogenieties, quadrupoles and all kinds of multipoles both magnetic and electrostatic
  • Precise treatment of the fringing fields using fringing field integrals
  • Use of variables, fitting, plots of the system, trajectories, envelopes, fields and of phasespace distributions considering apertures, space charge of a KV-beam

Manual

PostScript, PDF, example of input file

Contact

Prof. Dr. Hermann Wollnik at Universit├Ąt Giessen for MS-Windows program

References

  1. Principles of GIOS and COSY, H.Wollnik, B.Hartmann and M.Berz, AIP Conference Proceedings; ed. C.Eminhizer, 177(1988)74-85 — General Information
  2. GSI Report THD-26, Darmstadt (1984), H.Wollnik, J.Brezina and M.Berz — Proceedings of AMCO-7
  3. GIOS - BEAMTRACE, H.Wollnik, J.Brezina, M.Berz, NIM A 258(1987)408 — A reference to GIOS for space charge of a KV-beam
  4. Bernd Hartmann, PhD Thesis Universit├Ąt Giessen — Higher order fringing fields, GIOS-type
  5. M. Yavor, H. Weick, H. Wollnik, Analytical Description of an Electrostatic Acceleration Column, NIM A 427(1999)79-85 — Electrostatic acceleration column, A C

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Topic revision: 2008-05-20, TillDettmering
 
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