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Magnetic Field: Ampere's Law, magnetic field inside a solenoid
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A. Use Ampere's Law to find the general equation for the magnetic field in an infinitely long solenoid.
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b. Find the magnetic field inside the solenoid.
By Ampere's Law:
close integral [B*dl] = muo*total current:
let number of turns/length = n
hence, for length ...
With good explanations and calculations, the problems are solved. The magnetic fields inside a solenoid are given. The Ampere's Law functions are given.