Tygier, S., Appleby, R. B., Rafique, H., Barlow, Roger, Rowan, Scott and Molson, J. G. (2017) Recent Development and Results with the MERLIN Tracking Code. In: IPAC2017 : Proceedings of the 8th International Particle Accelerator Conference. JACoW, pp. 104-106. ISBN 9783954501823
Abstract

MERLIN is a high performance accelerator simulation code which is used for modelling the collimation system at the LHC. It is written in extensible object-oriented C++ so new physics processes can be easily added. In this article we
present recent developments needed for the Hi-Lumi LHC and future high energy colliders including FCC, such as hollow electron lenses and composite materials. We also give an overview of recent simulation work, validation against LHC data from run 1 and 2, and loss maps for Hi-Lumi LHC.

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