alright so i think ive got a pretty good handle on this, im looking for a proof read though. any acurate input is greatly appreciated :D(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Field intensity in teslas = (amps x turns)/coil area; ignoring coil length effects

meaning

B=μ0(Ni)/m^2

right? but my question is: dont i have to add the thickness of the plate too? or is that just for resistance...

ps, anyone know how to calculate how hot the magnet will get per amper? im a little confused.

thankyou

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