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Hassan2

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Problem:

Calculating the eddy current distribution inside an infinitely long cylindrical conductor inside a straight and infinitely long solenoid energized by an alternating sinusoidal current.

The problem has a perfect summery and we know that magnetic field and the eddy current depend on radial dimension only ( and of course on time). The problem looks simple and I'm sure this problem has been solved perhaps in 19th century, but I can't find the solution in the net. In fact when I attempted to solve it by myself, It was required to solve Bessel's differential equation and i made doubt about my approach. Is the problem this much complicated really?

Your helps and comments is appreciated.

Calculating the eddy current distribution inside an infinitely long cylindrical conductor inside a straight and infinitely long solenoid energized by an alternating sinusoidal current.

The problem has a perfect summery and we know that magnetic field and the eddy current depend on radial dimension only ( and of course on time). The problem looks simple and I'm sure this problem has been solved perhaps in 19th century, but I can't find the solution in the net. In fact when I attempted to solve it by myself, It was required to solve Bessel's differential equation and i made doubt about my approach. Is the problem this much complicated really?

Your helps and comments is appreciated.

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