Consider a solenoid with length L = 6 cm, radius r = 10 cm and N = 20 turns. Assume that the magnetic flux intensity inside the solenoid is uniformly distributed and is equal to B = mu NI/L z = 0.002 Z Tesla. a) Find the current I. b) Find the total magnetic flux () passing through the solenoid surface.

28. 2 - Consider a solenoid with length L = 6 cm, radius r = 10 cm and N = 20 turns. Assume that the magnetic flux intensity inside the solenoid is uniformly distributed and is equal to B = mu NI/L z = 0.002 Z Tesla. a) Find the current I. b) Find the total magnetic flux () passing through the solenoid surface.28 3 - Consider a solenoid with length L = 6 cm, radius r = 10 cm and N = 20 turns. Assume that the magnetic flux intensity inside the solenoid is uniformly distributed and is equal to B = mu NI/L z = 0.002 Z Tesla. a) Find the current I. b) Find the total magnetic flux () passing through the solenoid surface.

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images - Consider a solenoid with length L = 6 cm, radius r = 10 cm and N = 20 turns. Assume that the magnetic flux intensity inside the solenoid is uniformly distributed and is equal to B = mu NI/L z = 0.002 Z Tesla. a) Find the current I. b) Find the total magnetic flux () passing through the solenoid surface.

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