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Electric field for radially polarized coil

  1. Mar 29, 2007 #1
    Hello All,

    A while back, I created a document describing how one could create a radially polarized electromagnet (like a doughnut with the North pole in the center and the south pole on the outer edge) and I would like to know what the e-field would look like when the current is increasing in the coil.

    It is easy to visualize the E field for a cylindrical coil with a changing magnet field but I'm having a hard time visualizing the vectors for the radial coil. In case this helps, I have attached the article I made about the coils.

    Thanks,
    Jason O
     

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