Placeholder sequence, all distances and lengths need to be checked. Olivier: Using reference drawing ISK4403D.DWG, April 4 2019. First pass aimed at verifying CSB:Q12->CSB:RPM14 for Tomography testing. Set reference start coordinate at point: X = 84.0398" Y = 108.0727" ELEMENT LENGTHS AND APERTURES HAVE BEEN VERIFIED - April 4 2019 Olivier: all CSB specific elements which don't translate to TRANSOPTR have been given 0 length and set at s=3000.0mm Olivier: Oct 22, 2019 Added marker IGun_output at location 111.19mm before CSB:RPM12 twiss parameters (IGUN): alpha = -4.3786 beta = 9.5699 mm/rad gamma = 2.109e-2 rad/mm e_rms = 1.4163e2 um (mm*mrad) current = 1.3568e-4 A desired_species = 16O5+ E = 11.271 keV Olivier: XCB13/YCB13 placed in sapce between Q13 and Q14 for TRANSOPTR (no x/y steerers) - this prevents negative drifts due to Q13 overlap. note: Q13 s = 3825.6291*mm Olivier Oct 22 2019 set to new subroutine slit, using placeholder 1mm by 1cm slit diameters for x and y (inverted-downstairs). Check this value. Olivier: CSB:MB14 arclength is 22.3367" = 567.3522mm NOTE Oct 22 2019 I've copied in the optr tag from IOS:MB (ios_db1.xml), set theta to 90deg, left ip=2 as it was originally in this (csb) file. I've asked Joseph Adegun to get the k1 parameters, edge angles and BI relationship, as he needs these simulations. Note - all values other than theta, ip are from IOS:MB NOTE Oct 30 2019 I've found the values after Rick produced them. CSB dipole is a 90deg magnet with a radius of curvature: rho" = 14.2214" rho(cm) = 36.1224cm for a 90deg bend, the element length is l = r*theta = pi*(90/180)*36.1224cm l = 567.409cm Olivier: CSB:B15, standard ISAC-45deg bender, arclength: 7.854" = 199.4916mm This sequence ends here so that in the future if tuneX or another app monitors conflicting beam paths, a ctis path can end at FC16 at the same time as a ite/itw path goes through to the yield station. Otherwise there would be a conflict, much like the way the controls beampaths are done. Spencer: sequence ends on ISK4403D.DWG at coordinates: x = 7203.0088 mm y = 6504.7495 mm As measured using e drawings pro on spencer's laptop. This should be the downstream edge of FC16A. Spencer: sequence starts on ISK4403D.DWG at coordinates: x = 7203.0088 mm y = 6504.7495 mm As measured using e drawings pro on spencer's laptop. This should be the downstream edge of FC16A. only 's' was adjusted after moving over from sequence csb_db5, so lengths/apertures should still be verified as Olivier had done. ELEMENT LENGTHS AND APERTURES HAVE BEEN VERIFIED - April 4 2019 Olivier: CSB:VB20, ISAC-36deg bender, arclength = 6.2782" = 159.4663mm Olivier: Oct 22 2019 CHECK WHAT KIND OF ELEMENT THIS IS - I've set it to ecb so it shuts up, but think it's a 45 spherical Spencer 20200114 - XCB7 is a 9 degree bender. I am updating it to type 'defly'. Spencer: sequence ends on ISK4403D.DWG at coordinates: x = 6286.6455 mm y = 7426.2544 mm As measured using e drawings pro on spencer's laptop. This should be the intersection of the beam axis with the skimmer immediately downstream of XCB7. Spencer: sequence starts on ISK4210D.DWG at coordinates: x = 5399.8853 mm y = 3714.7334 mm As measured using e drawings pro on spencer's laptop. This should be the intersection of the beam axis with the skimmer immediately downstream of XCB7. Spencer: sequence ends on ISK4403D.DWG at coordinates: x = 5405.5801 mm y = 5956.6294 mm As measured using e drawings pro on spencer's laptop. This should be the intersection of the beam axis with the skimmer immediately downstream of ILT:Q12. Spencer: sequence starts on ISK4403D.DWG at coordinates: x = 5405.5801 mm y = 5956.6294 mm As measured using e drawings pro on spencer's laptop. This should be the intersection of the beam axis with the skimmer immediately downstream of ILT:Q12. Spencer: sequence ends on ISK4403D.DWG at coordinates: x = 5399.5708 mm y = 9935.0566 mm As measured using e drawings pro on spencer's laptop. This should be the intersection of the beam axis with the skimmer immediately downstream of ILT:Q20. Spencer: sequence ends on ISK4235D.DWG at coordinates: x = 2941.6379 mm y = 3742.0769 mm As measured using e drawings pro on spencer's laptop. This should be the intersection of the beam axis with the skimmer immediately downstream of ILT:Q20. Quads lengths converted from mechanical to effective similar to ilt_db33.xml should be checked with someone from beam physics. 1" = 25.4 mm mechanical => 36.22 mm effective 1.5" = 38.1 mm mechanical => 48.92 mm effective 2" = 50.8 mm mechanical => 61.62 mm effective Spencer: sequence ends on ISK4235D.DWG at coordinates: x = 2941.6379 mm y = 5428.3433 mm As measured using e drawings pro on spencer's laptop. This appears to be the intersection of the beam axis with where the yield station scintillators are.