|Feb17-08, 07:03 PM||#1|
Magnetic field in the center of the toroid
Can't this be calculated from B = mu*N*I/2*pi*r? Book explanation says that this can't be done because there is "no path through the center along which the field is constant" So I guess I must use the Biot-Savart Law. How should I go about doing that?
|Feb17-08, 07:50 PM||#3|
Thanks a lot, Doc Al, for the link!
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