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I need to design a magnetized iron calorimeter detector (HEP ex). There will be current coils (in the vertical plane) that will generate x-y magnetic field within iron. Given the detector boundaries and exact locations of the coils (i.e. all the B.C.s), I need to obtain the components

of the magnetic field at (x, y) points in the detector. The points should be close eneough ~1 cm,

say. I am not interested in fringe fields just outside iron. It will be nice if the o/p can be found

as a table like the following:

x y z | Bx By Bz

..........................................................

<meter> | <tesla>

...........................|..............................

3.7 | 8.6 | 10 | 1.50 | 0.1 | 0.08

3.7 | 8.7 | 10 | 1.51 | 0.1 | 0.09

.... | .... | .... | .... | .... | ....

.... | .... | .... | .... | .... | ....

.... | .... | .... | .... | .... | ....

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Can anyone please suggest some software or program to perform this? I have institutional access to Mathematica, but I do not know if it could be used to do this. Any help will be appreciated.

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# Software for generating magnetic field within iron

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