I'm a Physics student currently working on some research with my advisor. My advisor doesn't know much about modeling solenoids so I've been tasked with reaching outside for help. I did that, but I can't remember the formula or the guy's name so I'm turning to you guys for help.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

There is some formula that is of the format

[itex]B_{center}=(Current Density)*radius*F(\alpha, \beta); F(\alpha, \beta) = \ln\frac{something_{1}}{soemthing_{2}}[/itex]

If I remember correctly, this came about by some french guy who had integrated the Biot Savart law and came up with this. His name started with an F. I had it written down on a piece of paper with the guy who gave it to me, but I seem to have lost that paper. He said that it is used in engineering purposes since the biot savart law is used for the physics behind it. He pulled it out ofSuperconducting Magnetsby Martin Wilson.

Can someone please help me re-find this so I can use it and I don't look like a fool by having to ask him again?

Thanks!

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