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I'm simulating a magnetic spectrometer where a GeV electron is deflected going through the field produced by a magnet placed in a vacuum chamber much larger in size than the magnet. I have implemented this as a global non-uniform field by defining a GetFieldValue() method which returns 1.1 T if the electron is inside the 5x1x5 cm magnet region, and 0 otherwise. I've been thinking that since the region with field is small compared to the surrounding region, maybe I should assign a logical volume to the 5x1x5 cm region of vacuum and then use local uniform field instead. Would this be a better way of simulating deflection in the field of a magnet? The electron only interacts with the field produced by the magnet, not with the magnet itself. I would appreciate any feedback.
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