For an electron moving in a circular path in a magnetic field, if we know the magnetic field strength, accelerating voltage, and radius of the electron's trajectory, then we can make an estimation of the electron's charge to mass ratio. We calculated an average charge to mass ratio of \(2.08 \times 10^{11} \pm 1.81 \times 10^8\) Coulombs per kilogram.

We describe what mimetic interpolation is and why it is critical for some pre- and post-processing tasks. A simple test case shows how using bilinear interpolation for a flux calculation introduces numerical errors that depend on the grid, the number of segments and the number of quadrature points. In contrast, mimetic interpolation will return the exact result regardless of the grid resolution and the number of segments.

Alex Pletzer and Wolfgang Hayek and Jorge Bornemann

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