i've found a lot of equations and relations about solenoids where the lengh tis always much greater than the radius, but what if the radius was much greater than the length?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

PS. also does anyone know an equation that could help me figure out the magnetic field strength outside a solenoid? or any equations relating to an electric motor would be helpful too.

thanx!

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# A solenoid where radius length?

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