"a conducting slab has infinite extent in the x and y directions and thickness L in the z direction. The slab is centered at z=0 and carries a uniform current density J=Ji where i, j, and k are unit vectors in the x, y, and z directiosn."(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

-Find the magnetic field B at all points.

-A square loop of side a is placed distance b above the slab. The loop has unit normal vector n=sin(q)i+cos(q)j and applied current J. what is the net force and net torque to the loop as a function of q?

-the applied current I is now removed from the loop and the current density in the slab J=Ji is reduced to zero over time T. The wire used to construct the loop has resistance/unit S. How much charge flows through each cross section of the loop wire due to the reduction in current density.

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# Homework Help: Magnetism in infinite conducting slab

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