Physics II

As a new electrical technician, you are designing a large solenoid to produce a uniform magnetic field with a magnitude of 0.170 T near the center of the solenoid. You have enough wire for 3300 circular turns. This solenoid must have a length of 1.70 m and a diameter of 23.0 cm. What current will you need to produce the necessary field?

Isn't there a formula for this?

B= N mu I/diameter?

check your text, I think that is correct.

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  1. I =(B*L)/(μ_0*N)

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