Here are the results for case 2: (flat PR3/SR3, for purpose of simulation, I've used a concave mirror with RoC in the range 5-15km, and concave PR2/SR2 - I've looked at the RoC range 300m-4km).
- This is where we order two new sets of mirrors, one for use as PR2/SR2, and the other for use as PR3/SR3.
- RoC of flat PR3/SR3 in simulation explored in the range 5km-15km (concave)
- RoC of concave PR2/SR2 in simulation explored in the range 300m-4km (concave)
Attachment #1: Mode matching between PRC cavities and arm cavities with some contour plots
Attachment #2: Mode matching between SRC cavities and arm cavities with some contour plots
Attachment #3: Gouy phase and TMS for the PRC. I've plotted two sets of curves, one for a PR3 with RoC 5km, and the other for a PR3 with RoC 15km
Attachment #4: Gouy phase and TMS for the SRC. Two sets of curves plotted, as above.
Hopefully EricG will have some information with regards to what is practical to spec at tomorrow's meeting.
EDIT: Added 9pm, 16 Aug 2016
A useful number to have is the designed one-way Gouy phase and TMS for the various cavities. To calculate these, I assume flat folding mirrors, and that the PRM has an RoC of 115.5m, SRM has an RoC of 148m (numbers taken from the wiki). The results may be summarized as:
||One-way Gouy phase [rad]
|| TMS [MHz]
So, there are regions in parameter space for both options (i.e. keep current G&H mirrors, or order two new sets of folding mirrors) that get us close to the design numbers...