Constant magnetic field in a isosceles triangular coil
Author: Morten Sales, based on Pol_constBfield by Peter Christiansen
Origin: Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin
Rectangular box with constant B field along y-axis (up) in a isosceles triangle.
There is a guide (or precession) field as well. It is along y in the entire rectangular box.
A neutron hitting outside the box opening or the box sides is absorbed.
| /\ |
| Bguide/ \Bguide | x
| / \ | ^
| / \ | |
| / B \ | |-----> z
| / and \ |
| / Bguide \ |
| / \ |
The angle of the inclination of the triangular field boundary is given by the arctangent to xwidth/(0.5*zdepth)
This component does NOT take gravity into account.
Example: Pol_triafield(xwidth=0.1, yheight=0.1, zdepth=0.2, B=1e-3, Bguide=0.0)
WARNING: This is a contributed Component.
Parameters in boldface are required;
the others are optional.
Width of opening [m].
Height of opening [m].
zdepth of field [m].
Magnetic field along y-direction inside triangle
Magnetic field along y-direction inside entire box