Cube polywell, piercing, part IV

We find the maximum speed we can shoot electrons at a specific point on the coil in the cube polywell with them still being deflected.

Here we keep the coil radius (0.3m) constant but vary coil cross-section radius (WR) and with that also the current. Current depends on the surface area of the cross-section, so it scales with the square of the WR.

We shoot electrons from the middle of the systems towards the middle of a coil body at the position where coils are spaced the closest in the cube polywell.

Spacing between coils was kept at 1cm. The coils were covered by virtual round shell that caught the electrons. No electric fields were present.

Data produced:
One loop:polywell_pierce_one.csv
Excel sheet:polywell_pierce.xls

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