Magnetic field strength dependent on distance from source

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jtbell is offline
Feb22-13, 06:09 AM
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See here for the magnetic field along the axis of a finite solenoid:

This assumes the solenoid has no iron or other magnetic material inside it.
mrv11 is offline
Aug1-13, 01:13 PM
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Thank you all for the help on this little project!

I have to apologize about the delay for my thanks. School became overwhelming so I had to put this on hold. I reviewed the info you all provided, along with a great text a professor lent me. While not one of those individual sources described exactly my situation, I was able to synthesize it all into a decent model to describe my data.

Thanks again!

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