This paper reports the explorations on the particle dynamics, ion distribution, energy spectra and temperature in a new-designed inertial electrostatic confinement fusion device in case of low azimuthal magnetic field. The proposed design has six bar-sized cathodes at the vicinity of the central region and a central DC current-carrying bar injects a homogeneous azimuthal magnetic flux on the particles. The cylindrical device is simulated in the fully ionized Deuterium media. Following the 3D design of the chamber, the real-time simulations have been performed by the time integration of the electrical and magnetic forces. The model uses the many-body approach with the particle-particle and particle-chamber interactions. To implement the particle-chamber interaction, the finite difference method has been applied. Besides, the model includes reflection effects of particles from the electrically grounded chamber wall. According to the simulations, the particle trajectories exhibit complex fluctuations in the central region and nearby the chamber walls. The ion temperature has been calculated around T (i) = 35 keV for the source potential V = -150 kV. In addition, the ion distribution indicates that 68 % of ions can be collected in the central region. According to the velocity distribution, there exists a double Gaussian distribution with a low velocity peak. In addition, nearly 61 % of ions stay in the energy scale between 2 keV a parts per thousand currency sign E a parts per thousand currency sign 39 keV. The averaged neutron rate is estimated as 5.96 x 10(5) n/s.