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Sorry if i do not write a perfect english...

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Sorry if i do not write a perfect english...

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The simplest is to expand the magnetic scalar potential in Legendre polynomials.

Another method leads to elliptic integrals.

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Hi clem. tanks for your replay..

Can you suggest some advanced textbook where i found this topic?

Can you suggest some advanced textbook where i found this topic?

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"Classical Electromagnetism" by Franklin does this in Sec. 7.10.1 using Legendre polynomials.

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