LHC Optics Web Home (Old version!)
a version of the LHC optics
of the optics
the LHC Optics
|Help on the data files and formats:|
|Structured Spreadsheets||Other formats for optics tables||MAD output quantities|
|MAD input examples||The Beam Aperture||Interactive 3D viewers|
|Comparisons between different versions of the LHC Optics||MAD input files for past and present versions of the LHC Optics||Related links|
These LHC Optics Web pages may be accessed via the LHC Project Home (click on the link for "Lattice and Optics") or directly at http://cern.ch/proj-lhc-optics-web/ .
An easy-to-remember shortcut is: cern.ch/lhcoptics You should be able to type this directly into your Web browser's address bar.
The data is organized in a hierarchy as follows:
Note that the link structure of the Web pages allows this hierarchy to be navigated in different ways, e.g., there are pages corresponding to a Selection which provide links to its appearance in every Configuration.
Each Selection page provide the following sorts of information for both Sequences:
This entire Web site is generated automatically by a Mathematica notebook using the Madtomma packages.
Other formats and information may be added from time to time.
The link at the top of this page highlights a single (generally the latest) Optics Version. However other versions of the optics, which may be older or newer (possibly not yet officially approved) and additional information are available here. At present, you can find pages giving information about
The LHC Optics Web does not include older versions than these. However the MAD input files for all versions remain accessible from
LHC Optics Source for All Versions = /afs/cern.ch/eng/lhc/optics/
Changes in the data presented are logged here.
It can be important to know exactly what details have changed between one version of the LHC layout and optics and another. Given the size and complexity of the LHC structure, this is not trivial. Systematic automated comparisons between some version are available from the Comparisons Between Optics pages.
MAD home page, Madtomma home page (needs updated)
D. Macina's page on LHC Collision Optics Version V6.5 with links and information geared to experiments.
Optics files for the CERN PS
SPS to LHC transfer lines TI2, TI8.
This Web, the MAD input files and all the data were created
automatically by the Mathematica notebook LHCOpticsWebPages.nb,
based on the Madtomma packages.
This page was last modified on 26 August 2014