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Re: None pb using Magnetic field in vacuum. Track length depends on incident energy (sauvestre)
Date: 25 Feb, 2016
From: sauvestre <sauvestre>

In fact, if i am right, my problem is in the accuracy of the parameters.

If i increase both deltaChord, deltaOneStep and deltaIntersection up to 0.1 mm

the behavior i mentionned disappears.

Sorry for the uncorrect name of my snapshots (one must read electron rather than

 proton for the filename).

However, if i want to use volumes of rather small sizes ( say few microns ) and
 higher magnetic field, what are the general rules for these paramaters?

Thank you and Best regards JES

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