model = sqw_sine3d(p, h,k,l,w, {signal}) : sine dispersion(HKL) with DHO(energy) iFunc/sqw_sine3d: a 4D S(q,w) with a 3D HKL sine dispersion, and a DHO line shape. The sine dispersion can be tuned with energy gaps at zone centre and boundary, as well as a periodicity of the sine wave. WARNING: Single intensity and line width parameters are used here. Along a principal Q axis, the dispersion has the form: w = E0 + (E1-E0)*sin(Q_freq*pi*(Q-Q0)); This is a sine wave which goes from w=E0 at Q=Q0, up to w=E1 at 1/2Q_freq. The inter-atomic distance between the scattering units (atoms) is thus: d=a*Q_freq/2 [in Angs, with a=lattice parameter] A spin wave could for instance mostly use Q0=0, Q_freq=1, E0=0, E1>0 For a simple ferromagnetic magnon the gap width is E1-E0=4JS with J=exchange energy and S=magnetic moment of spins. An acoustic branch could use Q0=0, Q_freq=.5, E0=0, E1>0 The sound velocity in acoustic branches is: c=E1*Q_freq*pi*1.519e2*a/2 [in m/s, with a=lattice parameter] An optical branch could use Q0=0, Q_freq=.2, E0>E1 E1>0 To shift the minimum/maximum Q of the dispersion, move QH0,QK0,QL0 To change the extent of the dispersion in Q, vary QH_freq,QK_freq,QL_freq To change to minimum and maximum energy, move E0 and E1_qh,E1_qk,E1_ql To model an incomensurate dispersion, move both QH0,QK0,QL0 and the QH_freq,QL_freq,QK_freq to incomensurate (non rational) values. To quickly create predefined models, use: model=sqw_sine3d(Emax) creates an acoustic dispersion up to Emax model=sqw_sine3d([ E0 E1 ]) creates an optical dispersion from E0 to E1 model=sqw_sine3d([ E0 E1 Q_freq ]) creates a dispersion from E0 to E1 with given Q frequency, e.g. .5, 1 or 2 Of course, as for any iFunc model, parameter values can be changed afterwards. To model more than one branch, just add these models together, e.g.: disp3 = sqw_sine3d(5) + sqw_sine3d([ 10 8 ]) + sqw_sine3d([ 2 4 1 ]) which is an acoustic plus optical branch, and a spin wave with 2 meV gap. Example: s=sqw_sine3d(5); qh=linspace(0,1,50);qk=qh; ql=qh'; w=linspace(0.01,10,50); f=iData(s,s.p,qh,qk,ql,w); plot(log(f(:,:,1,:))); Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phonon input: p: sqw_sine3d model parameters (double) p(1)= E1_qh energy at QH half period [meV] p(2)= E1_qk energy at QK half period [meV] p(3)= E1_ql energy at QL half period [meV] p(4)= E0 zone-centre energy gap [meV] p(5)= QH0 QH zone-centre [rlu] p(6)= QK0 QK zone-centre [rlu] p(7)= QL0 QL zone-centre [rlu] p(8)= QH_freq QH frequency [multiples of pi] p(9)= QK_freq QK frequency [multiples of pi] p(10)=QL_freq QL frequency [multiples of pi] p(11)=Gamma dispersion DHO half-width in energy [meV] p(12)=Temperature of the material [K] p(13)=Amplitude p(14)=Background (constant) or p='guess' qh: axis along QH in rlu (row,double) qk: axis along QK in rlu (column,double) ql: axis along QL in rlu (page,double) w: axis along energy in meV (double) signal: when values are given, a guess of the parameters is performed (double) output: signal: model value Version: Nov. 26, 2018 See also iData, iFunc/fits, iFunc/plot, gauss, sqw_phonons, sqw_cubic_monoatomic, sqw_vaks <a href="matlab:doc(iFunc,'Models')">iFunc:Models</a> (c) E.Farhi, ILL. License: EUPL.

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