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Suppose that i have a cylinder of the z axis. I'll put this cylinder on a uniform magnetic field with magnitude of B0 along de y axis.

Since we have B = 0 inside the superconductor, this will generate a magnetic field with magnitude of -B0 along the y axis.

Now, how can i find the current generated by this field on the surface of the cylinder?

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  • $\begingroup$ I cannot understand your question. Is the cylinder along the z-axis a superconductor ? Please improve your question to make it clearer. $\endgroup$ – Frederic Thomas Jun 15 at 22:02
  • $\begingroup$ The cylinder is along the z-axis. $\endgroup$ – Matheus Barreto Alves Jun 15 at 23:52
  • $\begingroup$ The cylinder is along the z-axis. The cylinder is a SC. There`s an external magnetic field B = B0 along the y-axis. What will happen when i put the cylinder inside this field? I wan't to determine B at all space. Also, i want to know the superficial current along the cylinder. $\endgroup$ – Matheus Barreto Alves Jun 15 at 23:59

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