Maximum magnetic force produced by ferrous material


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Lets say you have a block of iron with a mass "m" exposed to an infinitely strong magnetic field "B." If there was a strong wooden interface preventing this iron block from moving towards the magnetic field source, how can you calculate the force the iron block would exert on the wooden board?
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Lets say you have a block of iron with a mass "m" exposed to an infinitely strong magnetic field "B."
The force would be infinite(?)

Sounds like it is related to your other thread:
http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=678095


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