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Posted by Annoyingmous on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 9:20pm.

An electromagnet has a steel core (κM≈ 2500) with an approximately circular cross sectional area of 7.0 cm2. The radius of the magnet is 12.0 cm; there is a small air gap of only 2.2 mm (see sketch). The current through the magnet's N= 120-turn coil is 24 A.


What will the magnetic field strength be inside the air gap? Express your answer in Tesla. Assume that the magnetic field is azimuthal (i.e. points around the circle formed by the steel) everywhere and d≪ the radius of the electromagnet.

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