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ramses728
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Nov26-07, 10:32 AM
P: 9
Hello everybody!
I have some trouble determinating the magnetic field generated by a circular loop of current. I'd use it as an approximation for the poloidal field in a Tokamak (field generated by the current in the plasma).
I tried using Biot-Savard's Law but I'm getting stuck... I hope to get an answer soon

greets ramses

P.S. I'm not looking for the field in the middle of the current loop, I need the whole description vector field.
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