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RE: get fastTesla rev B

Original poster: "Matt Woody Meyer by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <meyerml-at-stolaf.edu>

I'm curious... this looks like a great theoretical solution, but is it
possible to get an accurate experimental measurement of the field, say, by
taking a hall probe or voltmeter (calibrated to ground somehow), remove the
secondary coil, and take measurements of the field, or is this just

Just curious,

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Matt "Woody" Meyer         Ellingson 120       507-646-2883 (CUTE)

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Subject: get fastTesla rev B

Original poster: "rob by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>"

I posted rev B of my new fastTesla release.  It had a glaring error that
I corrected.  I've made some comparisons of its computation of flat
spirals with the traditional formula.  They are very close, although not
the same.  This could be very good, as would expect fasthenry to give a
more exact answer.  Also, in the program please change the variable
"discr" to 32.  That gives a better looking spiral.  I will change that
in a later version, so that cylindrical coils have 16 segments/turn and
spirals have 32 segments/turn.


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