More calculations....
Game Plan: Using MC waist measured beam as the starting point of beam propagation, move MMT mirrors around until the beam profile fits with the IPPOS measurements from Monday.
Plot 1: Allow MMT mirrors to move as much as they want to. Note that the Ybeam goes through the IPPOS measured point. (This implies we put the MMT in the wrong place by ~half a meter. Unlikely)
Plot 2: Using MMT locations from plot 1, what does the beam look like at the ITMs?
Plot 3: Allow MMT mirrors to move as much as 2cm. Note that the Ybeam doesn't quite go through IPPOS measured point.
Plot 4: Using MMT locations from plot 3, what does the beam look like at the ITMs?
For all of the above, I was optimizing the propagation of the Ybeam profile. Since the Xbeam profile measurement is so different, if I want to optimize to X and let the MMT mirrors move as much as they want, MMT1 ends up inside the MC. Unlikely. So I'm just looking at Y for now, and maybe Suresh or someone needs to rethink the error bars on their measurements or just remeasure.
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