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Magnetics and magneto statics [on hold]

can you please help me with the question 7 from the link below, I’m having trouble understanding the question, what does “the separation between the plates is 0.1m “ and “so that it grazes the plate ...
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Method of images in cylindrical coordinates for a circular ring of current

I am trying to determine if the following problem has an analytical solution using the method of images. The problem is an infinitely long (in $z$) cylinder of a material with permeability $\mu_2$ of ...
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Derivation of Ampere's Law from Biot-Savart

Our aim is to derive $\nabla\times \mathbf B=\mu_0(\mathbf J+\epsilon_0\frac{\partial E}{\partial t})$. To begin with, let $ \mathbf A=\frac{\mu_0}{4\pi}\int_{\mathbb R^3}\frac{\mathbf J(\mathbf r')}{...
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Solving the Line Integral in Ampère's Law mathematical correctly

Imagen we have a infinite long, cylindrical conductor with radius $\varrho_0$ and $\textbf{j}=\begin{cases}j_0 \textbf{e_z} &r\leq \varrho_0\\ 0 &r>\varrho_0\end{cases}$ We have Ampère's ...
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An absurd consequence of magnetic field as an axial vector

One of the definitions of magnetic field (in free space): Force on magnetic north pole per unit pole. Magnetic field is an axial vector. So it changes its sign when we use left handed coordinate ...
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Time derivative of dipole moment

While deriving the relation, $$\int_V \bar{J}d \tau = \frac{d\bar{p}}{dt} $$ in this question. We have, $$\frac{d\bar{p}}{dt} = \frac{d}{dt}\int_V\rho \bar{r} d\tau \\ \implies \int _V \frac{\...
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Motion of particle in uniform magnetic field with friction propositional to velocity [closed]

A positively charged particlewith charge "q" is at $ (0,0,0)$.There is a uniform magnetic field $ \vec B= -B \hat k$. The particle is given velocity $\vec u= u \hat i$. A resistive friction acts on ...
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Magnetic field of an infinite hollow cylinder (with volume current)

Consider an infinite hollow cylinder with inner radius $a$ and outer radius $b$. The volume current density flows anti-clockwise across the surface of the cylinder ($\vec{J} = J\hat{\phi}$). The ...
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Magnetic force on current carrying wire

when we keep two wires near each other then they will experience same force is it then correct to explain by newton's 3rd law? -
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Curl of magnetic field ( Ampère's law)

I'm a little bit confused about Ampère's law concerning the curl of a magnetic field: $$\vec{\nabla}\times\vec{B}(\vec{r}) = \mu_{0}\vec{J}(\vec{r})$$ with $\vec{J}(\vec{r})$ the volume current ...
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Are there cases where $\nabla\cdot\iiint\frac{\mathbf{J}(\mathbf{x}')}{\left|\mathbf{x}-\mathbf{x'}\right|}\mathrm{d}V' \neq 0$?

In Jackson's Classical Electrodynamics, Section 5.4 (Vector Potential), the author seems to assume that because $\nabla\cdot\mathbf{J} = 0$, the following holds for the current density (where the ...
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Magnetic Field Energy Increase while magnetic field does work on a current carrying loop - Where does the energy come from?

Imagine you have an external magnetic Field $\vec{B}_{\text{ext}}$(for the sake of simplicity, it should be constant throughout the entire space), which is not generated by any current density (...
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Looking for ways to transform time-series data recorded from object movement into equation describing the movement direction of the object

Looking for some time-series data transformation advice! I want to know what's the best way to transform data of 9-tuples time series data of IMU (Inertia Measurement Unit) sensor, recorded from a ...
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Is there a force between current-carrying parallel wires when the charges move with the same, constant velocity in each?

Let's assume that all charges flowing in both wires are either all positive or all negative. From the frame of reference of an individual charge in either wire, it would appear as if the position of ...
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Please clarify a doubt in the article: Reflections in Maxwell's treatise

While going through an article titled "Reflections in Maxwell's treatise" a misunderstanding popped out at page 227 and 228. Consider the following equations $(23\ a)$ and $(23\ c)$ in the article (...
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Direction of Integration in Biot Savart's Law (Line Integral)

Let's say we have a loop with a clockwise current, and my angle increases in the counter-clockwise direction (that is, $\hat{\phi}$ is counter-clockwise). I have $$B=\frac{\mu_{0} i\vec{dl} \times \...
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Intuitively, why is the net current through a volume $0$ if the current is steady?

Say I want to find the total current passing through the following volume, provided by Griffiths' textbook on Electromagnetism. It's not the most useful image, but perhaps imagine the inner curved ...
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Magnetic field and magnet [duplicate]

We know that magnetic does not do any physical work . Now consider; we attached a magnet in a wall with help of a tape. Now we bring a magnet near to other magnet and released we see that magnet will ...
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How to use Ampere's law for a semi-infinite current sheet?

I have a very thin current sheet with constant current density K in the y-direction, length w in the x-direction, and infinitely long in the y-direction. I have to find an expressions for the magnetic ...
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Doubt on why magnetic flux density is solenoidal

The $\mathbf{H}$ field can be derived from the potential $\psi$: $$\mathbf{H}=\dfrac{\mu_0}{4 \pi} \int_{V'} \rho \dfrac{\mathbf{r}-\mathbf{r'}}{|\mathbf{r}-\mathbf{r'}|^3} dV' + \dfrac{\mu_0}{4 \pi}...
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Confusion regarding torque given by M×B

The magnetic torque acting on a loop of magnetic moment M placed in a magnetic field B, is given by τ=M×B. My question is, about which axis does this give the torque about? Is it the instantaneous ...
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How is it possible that one face of my electromagnet produces stronger magnetic field than the other?

I work in an experimental research lab. I made an electromagnet by having the machine shop cut through a toroid core and hand-winding wire around it. The objective is to have a region of uniform ...
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Similarities and analogies between the $E, P$ and $D$ fields with the $B, M$ and $H$ fields and their limitations

In the course of my learning electromagnetism, I’ve noticed there are a striking amount of symmetries in electrostatics and magnetostatics, almost down to replacing divergence operators with curl ...
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How is energy conserved in this case?

Consider a permanent magnet introducing a magnetic field at some fixed angle to a loop of wire on a spindle. If a fixed current is allowed to run through the wire, the lorentz force introduces a net ...
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On the applicability of Coulomb's law and the Biot-Savart law

Jefimenko's equations are $$\textbf{E}(\textbf{r}, t_r) = \frac{1}{4\pi\epsilon_0}\int \left[\rho\left(\textbf{r}', t_r\right)\frac{\textbf{r} - \textbf{r}'}{\left|\textbf{r} - \textbf{r}'\right|^3} + ...
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Can I replace a multipole expansion by a combination of separate dipoles?

If I want to be able to model a magnetic field flux density $\mathbf{B}$ from a magnetic source located at the origin at a position $\mathbf{r}$, it is my understanding that I can represent $\mathbf{B}...
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Magnetic levitation against Earnshaw's Theorem?

Given six strong magnets, what if we fix three of them to a table in a simple, horizontal, equilateral triangle-like formation (with their north poles sticking up), and the other tree to the points of ...
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Deduction of $\mathbf H =\dfrac{\mathbf B}{\mu_0}-\mathbf M$

merry Christmas to all the users! I want to get to $\mathbf H =\dfrac{\mathbf B}{\mu_0}-\mathbf M$ from the superposition principle, like some texts have done in electrostatics with $\mathbf D=\...
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What is Magnetic Intensity? [duplicate]

While studying about the magnetic properties of matter, my book defines this vector as $\vec{H}=\dfrac{\vec{B}}{\mu_0}-\vec{M}$ where $B$ is the magnetic field and $M$ is the intensity of ...
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Frozen in Magnetic Field Lines

A perfectly conducting fluid undergoes an axisymmetric motion and contains an azimuthal magnetic field $\textbf{B}_θ$ . Show that $ \dfrac{B_θ}{r}$ is conserved by each fluid element. Question from ...
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What are the possible magnetic fields with constant magnitude?

A now-deleted answer to this recent question prompted me to wonder about this and I can't find a clear answer in the top layer of google results, so I thought I'd ask here. What are the possible ...
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Curl of magnetic field produced by current carrying wires with infinitesimal small area

Can Magnetic fields produced by thin current carrying wires with infinitesimal area have curl with a delta function in it ?? As area is Zero current density J definitely becomes infinite at where ...
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Equation for the field of a magnetic dipole

In my electrodynamics class, my professor derived the equation for the field of the magnetic dipole $$\vec{B}(\vec{r})=\frac{\mu_0}{4\pi}\frac{1}{r^3}[3(\vec{m}\cdot\hat{r})\hat{r}-\vec{m}]+\frac{2\...
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How is the third case obeying integral form of Maxwell's second equation?

Let $m$ denote pole strength. In the diagrams: (1) Sky blue: Closed Gaussian surface (2) Red: North pole of magnet (3) Green: South pole of magnet (4) Yellow: Part of magnet cutting Gaussian surface ...
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Question about the definition of magnetostatics

From my understanding, magnetostatics is defined to be the regime in which the magnetic field is constant in time. However, Griffiths defines magnetostatics to be the regime in which currents are "...
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When does $\nabla \times B =0$?

In my lab, I use electromagnets to apply a magnetic gradient force to lots of very small (superparamagnetic) nanoparticles embedded in an elastic medium. I believe that these can be treated as ...
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Magnetization of spherical aluminum shell? [closed]

Consider a hollow aluminum sphere (assume 1 cm diameter, 1 mm wall thickness, filled with and surrounded by air) placed in a uniform magnetic field (assume 10-20 mT). Are there any realistic ...
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Static Electromagnetic fiels [closed]

What is the mathematical proof that static electric and magnetic fields are independent of each other?
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Confusion in deriving Gauss law for magnetism

I am deriving Gauss law for magnetism from Coulomb's law of magnetic poles. I have a cubical magnet as shown below and the Gaussian surface is inside the magnet: The magnet can be considered as a ...
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Is the equation $\vec{B}=\mu\vec{H}$ correct in general? How shall we derive it?

The relation between magnetic flux density $(\vec{B})$ and magnetic field intensity $(\vec{H})$, in general, is: \begin{equation} \vec{B}=\mu_0(\vec{H}+\vec{M}) \tag{1} \end{equation} One of my ...
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How to calculate the magnetic field of two cylinders when one of them is rotating

Given is the voltage U and the Angular velocity $\omega$. The rotating cylinder is inside the other cylinder and U is measured between them. To calculate the magnetic field, I tried to solve $\oint ...
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How did scientists before Coulomb ensured this fundamental property of magnets? [closed]

Firstly, please note that I am talking about the period BEFORE electricity and magnetism were unified. So I am NOT seeking for answers based on Ampere atomic current model of magnets. I have read the ...
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What exactly is meant by magnetic poles?

If I have a magnet, which of the following is really called magnetic pole and why?: $(1)$ Half of the volume of the magnet - north pole, other half volume - south pole. $(2)$ Area at one end of the ...
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Demagnetising $H$ field

If we have a permanent magnet we know that we have a $H$ field opposite in direction to the residual magnetic field $B_r$. The $H$ field causes a demagnetisation, but how does it do it? We know that ...
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Help understanding Biot-Savart Law

In the Biot Savart law, it's my understanding that dL represents an infinitesimally small length of the wire carrying current. See below. However, I ran into a practice problem that is confusing me. ...
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Electromagnetic Wave (Without Magnetic and Electric Field)

As I know, every electromagnetic wave has magnetic and electric field component (perpendicular to the direction of wave). I have a doubt about this, as a hot iron bar also emits EM waves, and as ...
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Field Lines of a Bar Magnet

I'm trying to plot magnetic field lines for a rectangular bar magnet in 3 dimensional space. The position of the magnet is known and we wish to produce a plot such as the one shown below. Can ...
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Analogue of charge distribution in magnetostatics

Short of magnetic monopoles, what is the analogue of charge distribution in magnetostatics? Can we call it magnetic pole distribution?
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Boundary conditions in the method of images

My question is very similar to this one. The problem: A long thin wire carrying a current $I$ lies parallel to and at a distance d from a semiinfinite slab of iron. Assuming the iron to have infinite ...
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Magnetic field of magnetic dipole along the z-axis

The vector potential for a magnetic dipole is given by the following formula: $$ \vec{A} = \frac{1}{4\pi\epsilon_0 c^2}\frac{\vec{m}\times\hat{e}}{R^2} $$ From this expression we can deduce that for ...