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We can linearly superpose the basic magnetic flux elements (5.4) by integration
to determine the magnetic-flux density due to various configurations of current-
carrying wires. For example, the magnetic induction B of the long straight wire ...
10.3 (a) Axial component of magnetic induction between the boundary surfaces
for large and small Hartmann numbers, (b) Transport of lines of magnetic
induction in direction of flow. (10.29) is M = 2.64x 10"2B0(gauss) a(cm). With L =
a = lcm, ...
10.2 A comparatively stable self-pinched column of plasma can be produced by
trapping an axial magnetic induction inside the plasma before the pinch begins.
Suppose that the plasma column initially fills a conducting tube of radius Ro and
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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