MOCADI at GSI is available on the
Linux system .
The input parameters for MOCADI like beam properties, magnet settings and the
geometric information of the experimental setup (magnets, collimators, wedges
etc.) are supplied by an ASCII input file. This input file also includes
references to the data files containing the matrices for the particle transfer
through the various magnets. To download an example input file or for
information about the available ion optical settings go to the MOCADI download area.
To run MOCADI first set the path names:
then call the program:
/u/weick/mocadi/exe/mocadi < filename > (full version
but without Root tree output, linked static for 32 and 64bit)
where < filename > is the name of the MOCADI input file. The default extension of the
input file is ".in" and can be omitted. For more
details see the MOCADI manual.
/u/weick/mocadi/exe/mocadiR < filename > (full version with
Root tree output, linked dynamically)
(GUI for mocadi)