|Feb3-13, 12:12 PM||#18|
Magnetic field of a dipole in co ordinate free form
Your magnet is not a perfect, point-like dipole. Those deviations can be expressed as quadrupole moment, sextupole moment, ...
Alternatively, measure more points, and find some effective formula as calibration.
|Feb5-13, 03:27 AM||#19|
ok!thanx for your time!i will come back when i manage to make it work :)!
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