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Forum: Fields: Magnetic and Otherwise
Date: 07 Apr, 2004
From: Bertalan Juhasz <Bertalan.Juhasz@cern.ch>

Hi GEANTers,

Can someone tell me what are the y and dydx vectors _and what are their units_ in the EvaluateRhsGivenB method of the equation of motion classes? The toolkit developers guide and the comments in the source code seem to contradict each other, if they specify something at all.

I need to know these because I have to send neutral antihydrogen atoms through sextupole magnetic fields where the force acts on the magnetic moment so I have to create new equations of motion.

Thanks in advance,

Bertalan

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1 None: Re: What are y and dydx in the equation of motion?   (John Apostolakis - 07 Apr, 2004)
1 None: Re: What are y and dydx in the equation of motion?   (michel maire - 07 Apr, 2004)
2 None: Re: What are y and dydx in the equation of motion?   (Bertalan Juhasz - 07 Apr, 2004)
1 None: Re: What are y and dydx in the equation of motion?   (michel maire - 10 Apr, 2004)
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