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Current needed through solenoid to produce given B field

by Linus Pauling
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Linus Pauling
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Apr18-10, 02:41 PM
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1. Magnetic resonance imaging needs a magnetic field strength of 1.5 T. The solenoid is 1.8 m long and 75 cm in diameter. It is tightly wound with a single layer of 2.20-mm-diameter superconducting wire.


2. B = mu0BI / l



3. Is there a way to do this without finding N? Either way, how do I calculate N with the given information?
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…how do I calculate N with the given information?
It's "tightly wound", and it's 1.8m long …


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