Measuring magnetic field of a solenoid

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hi

I need an experiment to measure magnetic filed in a solenoid.
could anyone help me?
 

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Mk
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Make a solenoid, crank it up to 50 Amps, and stick a probe in!
 
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Chi Meson
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Is this a school assignment, or just personal interest? Is it something you want to actually carry out, or do you just want to know how it's done? THere are a couple of ways to do it; there is a "standard" high school experiment that determines the magnetic field inside a solenoid, but it has about 10% error.
 
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Mk said:
Make a solenoid, crank it up to 50 Amps, and stick a probe in!
Typically the longitudinal direction of of the Hall bar in a Hall probe is parallel to the length of the probe. So, if you stick a probe into a solenoid, wouldn't the Hall bar be pointing the wrong way (along the axis of the solenoid) ?
 
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Majid
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Dear chi meson
This is a school assignment. can you explain that "standard" high school experiment that determines the magnetic field inside a solenoid?
Thank You.
 
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Majid, you typically use a Hall Probe to measure B-fields. In the absence of a Hall Probe you could design an induction type experiment and measure the induced EMF due to a solenoid moving at some known rate.
 

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