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This instrument is the conventional cold-source triple-axis spectrometer TAS1 at Risoe National Laboratory. It does not exist anymore, but was used as the first detailed work performed with the McStas package. Here it is used as a diffractometer for a collimator tilt alignment. The detector is at the sample position and there is no analyzer.
|PHM||deg||Monochromator arm angle, aka A1||-37.077|
|TTM||deg||Monochromator take-off angle, aka A2||-74|
|C1||min||Collimator 1 aperture (mono-sample arm)||30|
|OMC1||deg||Tilt angle of the Collimator 1||5.5|
[ Identification | Description | Input parameters | Output parameters | Links ]Generated automatically by McDoc, Peter Willendrup <firstname.lastname@example.org> / Wed Sep 5 11:20:18 2018