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Sylvester1
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Jan29-13, 10:20 AM
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Hello everybody!
I am writing this topi because i got stuck in this!I have a cylindrical magnet with 1,5mm Radius,2mm thickness and Br 1,38 Tesla! I want to calculate the magnetic field in a distance s = [0 0 0.01](in meters) ,that means in 1cm distance while my magnet's position is α = [0 0 0].

the vector form is [x y z] .

using the equation found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dipole#Magnitudefor Vector Form i got a result of [0 0 46.5498] Tesla which is impossible!

for the magnetic moment calculation i used the type m =π*Br*d^2*l/(4 μ0) where d is the diameter of my magnet and l the thickness


Can not spot my mistake since i expect to have uT as a result!Any opinion aprreciated!Thanx in advance!
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