Physics::UEMColumn::Element - Base class for "optical" elements in a UEM system
package Physics::UEMColumn::MyElement; use Moose; extends 'Physics::UEMColumn::Element';
Physics::UEMColumn::Element is a base class for "optical" elements in a UEM system. Mostly it defines the physical bounds of the element. All objects passed to Physics::UEMColumn::Column via
add_element must be subclasses of this base.
The position of the center of the element in the column. Unit: m
The full effective length of the element. "Effective" here means the size that the pulse sees; e.g. the length of the pole piece gap of a magnetic lens. Unit: m
A number representing the number of
lengths away from the the center of the element before the element may be safely ignored. The default is
Returns a hash reference of subroutine references defining the effect that the element has on a pulse's width (
M_t), length (
M_z) and velocity (
acc_z). These subroutine references expect arguments of time, pulse position and pulse velocity (
v), they return a number quantifying this effect. The base class simply returns an empty hash reference. This method is intended to be redefined on subclassing.
Joel Berger, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (C) 2012-2013 by Joel Berger
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