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Problem 4:A solenoid consists of N= 110 turns of wire in a coil of length d= 6 cm and cross-sectional area A = 3 cmAssume that the magnetic field is uniform inside the solenoid and ignore end effectsons sharingPart (a) Write an equation for the magnetic field B produced by the solenoid.Express the answer in terms of the current through the coil /, the number of turns N, lengthof the coil d, and the permeability of free space μ0a Part (b) Using the equation for the magnetic field determined in part (a), calculatethe magnetic flux, in webers, through a single loop of the solenoid with a current of I- 1.9A. The coil is d= 6 cm long and has a cross-sectional area ofA = 3 cm2 and consists of N110 turns.Part (c) The self inductance relates the magnetic flux linkage to the currentthrough the coil. Calculate the self inductance L in units of μΗ. The coil is d-6 cm long andhas a cross-sectional area of A-3 cm and consists of N- 110 turns.

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Problem 4:
A solenoid consists of N= 110 turns of wire in a coil of length d= 6 cm and cross-sectional area A = 3 cm
Assume that the magnetic field is uniform inside the solenoid and ignore end effects
ons sharing
Part (a) Write an equation for the magnetic field B produced by the solenoid.
Express the answer in terms of the current through the coil /, the number of turns N, length
of the coil d, and the permeability of free space μ0
a Part (b) Using the equation for the magnetic field determined in part (a), calculate
the magnetic flux, in webers, through a single loop of the solenoid with a current of I- 1.9
A. The coil is d= 6 cm long and has a cross-sectional area ofA = 3 cm2 and consists of N
110 turns.
Part (c) The self inductance relates the magnetic flux linkage to the current
through the coil. Calculate the self inductance L in units of μΗ. The coil is d-6 cm long and
has a cross-sectional area of A-3 cm and consists of N- 110 turns.
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Problem 4: A solenoid consists of N= 110 turns of wire in a coil of length d= 6 cm and cross-sectional area A = 3 cm Assume that the magnetic field is uniform inside the solenoid and ignore end effects ons sharing Part (a) Write an equation for the magnetic field B produced by the solenoid. Express the answer in terms of the current through the coil /, the number of turns N, length of the coil d, and the permeability of free space μ0 a Part (b) Using the equation for the magnetic field determined in part (a), calculate the magnetic flux, in webers, through a single loop of the solenoid with a current of I- 1.9 A. The coil is d= 6 cm long and has a cross-sectional area ofA = 3 cm2 and consists of N 110 turns. Part (c) The self inductance relates the magnetic flux linkage to the current through the coil. Calculate the self inductance L in units of μΗ. The coil is d-6 cm long and has a cross-sectional area of A-3 cm and consists of N- 110 turns.

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Step 1

The number of turns in the solenoid=110 turns.

The length of the solenoid=6cm.

The cross section area =3cm2.

Step 2

(a)The magnitude of the magnetic field due to a solenoid is depends on number of turns per unit length, length of the solenoid, and the current.

The expression for magnetic field is given below.

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Step 3

(b)The equation for ma...

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