Product Specification

Product Name: PARMILA-2* Application Module for PBO Lab (Particle Beam Optics Laboratory) 3.0, Standard Version

Product #: WNT-PB04-S300

Description: The Particle Beam Optics Laboratory (PBO Lab) is a graphic user interface environment developed for use in the design and analysis of particle optics systems and accelerator beam lines. The PARMILA-2 Module requires the PBO Lab 3.0 Basic Package, and provides a fully integrated PARMILA 2 computation engine module. The PBO Lab 3.0 Basic Package is summarized in a separate Product Specification. With the PBO Lab PARMILA-2 Module, linac setup, definition, and design are accomplished graphically. Each of the complex accelerator structures available in PARMILA 2, including DTL, CCL, CC-DTL and SCL linac structures, are represented by icons on a scrollable palette. Standard magnetic elements, drifts, buncher cavities, and similar standard beam line components also available on the palette. The configuration of a beam line is set up visually by selecting and dragging the desired icons to a model window. Specialized command, parameter and additional optics elements are also implemented using icons selected from custom list windows. Parameter values are entered into data windows for each element in the beam line. The PARMILA-2 Module takes care of setting up arrays and similar bookkeeping. The PARMILA-2 Module also includes the LinGraf plotting package as well as custom PBO Lab Plot Displays. The PBO Lab Basic Package and PARMILA-2 Application Module are based on the third-generation Multi-Platform Shell for Particle Accelerator Related Codes (S.P.A.R.C.MP) software technology that is enhanced by the Open Architecture Software Integration System (OASIS) framework.

Recommended System Requirements:

At somewhat diminished performance this product may also be used with the following minimum system requirements:

Minimum System Requirements:

*The PARMILA-2 Module incorporates the PARMILA 2 program distributed under license agreement with Los Alamos National Laboratory.
28 October 2011