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- For a personal project, I need to calculate the EMF induced by a solenoid, the problem is, that the secondary circuiit where the eddy currents are formed are outside the solenoid's length but on it's axis.

For a personal project, I need to calculate the EMF induced by a solenoid, the problem is, that the secondary circuit where the eddy currents are formed are outside the solenoid's length but still on it's axis.

The problem comes when i need to calculate the vector magnetic field inductance at a point outside the solenoid, i've been searching for quite a while but I have not managed to find an awnser, I just find keep finding that the net magnetic field vector due to ampere's law is near zero, but outsithe the radious of the solenoid, not ousithe the length of the solenoid

A graphical representation of my problem:

The problem comes when i need to calculate the vector magnetic field inductance at a point outside the solenoid, i've been searching for quite a while but I have not managed to find an awnser, I just find keep finding that the net magnetic field vector due to ampere's law is near zero, but outsithe the radious of the solenoid, not ousithe the length of the solenoid

A graphical representation of my problem: