Dave and Stan,
The numbers in the R50 *Corrector Strength page are in unit of
Micron-Radius/Amp. They are used in conversions from beam
deflection angles to Amps.
Most of Hori trims are Fermilab ones with field strength of
.0034745 TM/Amp. This divided by 3.3356*8.9 gives the number of
117.04 micron-rad/Amp.
Most of Vert trims are Fermilab one with field strength of
.00219924 TM/Amp. This divided by 3.3356*8.9 gives the number of
74.08 micron-rad/Amp.
Those having different numbers are for magnets from LEP. You or
Ming Chen or Bruss or Cons provided the information.
After you straight out these number you can modify the tables in
the program. Make a hard copy after you done.
Let me know if you have question or want me to to do something.
Thank you
Information on MI8 line trims:
MI8 line trims:
802 HDC
803-820 MCH
821-845 MCV
846-852 RMCV (90 degree rotated MCV)
This table from Bruce Excel sheet is wrong. According to Yang's
data, all vertical trims are MCV type and all horizotal trims
are MCH type with 10 exceptions:
HT800 ?
HT802 is HDC
HT804,06,20,30,32,34,36,46 are RMCV type
max field(TM) at max amps Rad/amp uRad/amp
HDC 0.035 10. .0001179 117.9
MCH 0.029 2.5 .0003907 390.7
MCV 0.019 2.5 .000256 256.
(http://www-ap.fnal.gov/~bcbrown/Sources/RR_correctors_from_LEP.html)