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Computational Design of Solenoid Geometry for Homogeneous On-Axis Field
Institute of Physical and Chemical Research
(Received March 31, 1973)
A recepie is given for the geometry of thick solenoid which produces an on-axis field of high homogeneity over a long distance. The recepie is based essentially on the least-square method for the deviation of the field intensity along the axis. It is reduced to a successive approach to the coil cross section which is unique within a given set of dimensional parameters. The method is used with a digital computer to design a superconducting solenoid.
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