Simulations and measurements of the impact of collective effects on dynamic aperture

@article{Sajaev2019SimulationsAM,
  title={Simulations and measurements of the impact of collective effects on dynamic aperture},
  author={Vadim Sajaev and Ryan R. Lindberg and S. Shin and M. Borland},
  journal={Physical Review Accelerators and Beams},
  year={2019}
}
We describe a benchmark study of collective and nonlinear dynamics in an APS storage ring. A 1-mm long bunch was assumed in the calculation of wakefield and element by element particle tracking with distributed wakefield component along the ring was performed in Elegant simulation. The result of Elegant simulation differed by less than 5 % from experimental measurement 

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