Solenoid Magnetic Field Calculation.
To calculate the force from a solenoid's magnetic field, you can use this equation
In a solenoid, a large field is produced parallel to the axis of the solenoid (in the z-direction in figure 2). Components of the magnetic field in other directions are cancelled by opposing fields from neighbouring coils.
Electromagnetism online calculation: Solenoid properties - Inductance and magnetic B-field.
Magnetic field of a solenoid. A solenoid is a coil of wire designed to create a strong magnetic field inside the coil. By wrapping the same wire many times around a cylinder, the magnetic field due to the wires can become quite strong.
The magnetic field produced by the current in a solenoid is the sum of the fields due to the current in each turn. The field of a solenoid is like that of a bar magnet, with one end the north pole and the other end the south pole, depending on the direction of the current in the solenoid.
Magnetic Field of a Long Wire.
Calculate the magnetic field of a solenoid from given data and the momentum of a charged particle in this field.
We first seek to calculate the magnetic field of a solenoid coil.
However for magnetic fields, two parallel plates will not produce a uniform magnetic field; a long solenoid is needed.