Hey guys, I am building a superconducting magnet. The wire I have is extremely thin, and is flat. To put it more into perceptive it has a width and height. When I wind it into a magnet, it is more like a disk coil, or racetrack coil. Because it has a different geometry than most other electromagnets, what equation would I use to calculate its magnetic field? Most equations I have seen are a little something like this. p=permeability I=current N=Number of turns L=length of turn The ones I have seen are PxNxI/L. That goes for a solenoid mainly. The length of the coil I will make, if it were to be a disk, would be the Thickness of the wire times the number of turns, its width would have nothing relevant enough do with the calculation I would assume. After I find the turn density, what do I do? It is going to be a really weird magnet.