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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello all,

I've gotten some solid advice on these forums before and I was hoping someone could help me out again.

I'm learning about Gauses's Law and am having some trouble understanding how it pertains to the magnetic field in a current sheet

[itex] B = (\mu IN)/(2) [/itex]

My question is whether or not the formula can be modified by substituting the unknown N with a known W (width) or if N can be scrapped with no replacement since there is only one piece carrying the current? Or would the resulting formula be more complicated making me very far off base?

Any help would be appreciated. I am trying to grasp the concept as it applies to multiple conductors not just the generic examples given.

Thanks,

Yusif Nurizade

I've gotten some solid advice on these forums before and I was hoping someone could help me out again.

I'm learning about Gauses's Law and am having some trouble understanding how it pertains to the magnetic field in a current sheet

__with__a width. The online examples I've found with regard to a current sheet talk about infinite sheets that you treat as N number of wires carrying current and boggle down to the following formula:[itex] B = (\mu IN)/(2) [/itex]

My question is whether or not the formula can be modified by substituting the unknown N with a known W (width) or if N can be scrapped with no replacement since there is only one piece carrying the current? Or would the resulting formula be more complicated making me very far off base?

Any help would be appreciated. I am trying to grasp the concept as it applies to multiple conductors not just the generic examples given.

Thanks,

Yusif Nurizade