20160613
ACE3P is a 3D massively parallel electromagnetic simulation suite that has been developed at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory for the past decades. This set of codes is based on the finiteelement method so that geometries of complex structures can be represented with high fidelity through conformal grids, and high solution accuracies can be obtained through highorder basis functions. Using high performance computing, ACE3P has provided a unique capability for largescale simulations for the design, optimization and analysis of accelerating structures and systems. Running on stateoftheart supercomputers, parallel electromagnetics computation has enabled the design of accelerating cavities to machining tolerances and the analysis of accelerator systems to ensure operational reliability. In this talk we give an introduction to ACE3P, present the underlying mathematical models, demonstrate electromagnetic and multiphysics simulation capabilities as well as discuss selected applications for particle accelerators and beyond.
Category: CE SeminarTechnische Universität Darmstadt
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