|Nov26-11, 11:28 AM||#1|
Magnetostatics. Calculate the magnetic flux density.
A wery long, than and flat metal plate of width 2a carries the total current I in the z-direction. The current density is uniformely distributed over the metal plate. A point P of particular interest is also shown in the figure, where the point has the position r=ax+ay.
Task: Calculate the magnetic flux density at point P.
I think the appropriate formula to calculate the flux density is
[itex]\int B \cdot dl= \mu I [/itex]
But the current is spread over the x-axis, so can i change the metal plate into a easier geometry that has the identical magnetic field, or an easier way to calculate the MFD, so to say?
|Nov27-11, 07:50 AM||#2|
Does this task maybe fit mor into the advanced forum?
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