Data supporting A ray tracing method for predicting contrast in atom beam imaging
A ray-tracing method for predicting contrast in atom beam imaging
A data-set supporting the publication "A ray tracing method for predicting contrast in atom beam imaging". The experimental data was taken in 2016 as part of an exercise to calibrate the instrument and the simulated data was generated between August 2017 and January 2018. The raw experimental data was gathered by direct digital acquisition from the hardware in Matlab and the simulated data was generated by the code at: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1228079. MolFlow+ was also used to generate one data set: Molflow+ is a Monte Carlo code developed at CERN by R. Kersevan and M. Ady, website: cern.ch/molflow.
The data is split into three parts in three folders:
- the experimental data
- the simulated data for the images of a tick mark
- the simulated data looking at the transmission probability of the detector cone
This data packet supports 'A ray tracing method for predicting contrast in neutral atom beam imaging', S.M. Lambrick et. al.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EP/R008272/1)