Simulation of trajectories in the MAVR High-Resolution Magnetic Spectrometer

Number 1_Vol.3

AUTHORS: V.A. Maslov, V.A. Zernyshkin, Yu.E. Penionzhkevich, I.V. Kolesov, O.B. Tarasov

DOI: 10.29317/ejpfm.2019030103

PAGES: 24 - 30

DATE: 2019-03-20


Charged-particle trajectories in theMAVRhigh resolution magnetic spectrometer are simulated. The latter has been constructed at the U400 accelerator for purifying the incident beam and identifying the products of nuclear reactions induced by the beams of stable and radioactive nuclei. In this paper we present the MAVRPC++ software package, aimed at reconstructing the spectrometer focal plane, optimizing the fields of quadrupole and dipole magnets, and estimating the solid-angle acceptance for secondary particles.


spectrometer, MAVR, charged-particle trajectories.


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