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Homework 2
Due: 11:59pm on Sunday, February 27, 2011
Note:You will receive no credit for late submissions.

Current Sheet
Consider an infinite sheet of parallel wires. The sheet lies in the
xy
plane. A current runs in the
-y
directionthrough each wire. There are wires per unit length in the
direction.Part AWrite an expression for , the magnetic field a distance above the
xy
plane of the sheet.Use for the permeability of free space.Hint A.1
How to approach the problem
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Hint A.2
Find
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Hint A.3
Determine the direction of the magnetic field
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Hint A.4
Magnitude of the magnetic field
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Hint A.5
Evaluate
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Express the magnetic field as a vector in terms of any or all of the following: , , , , , andthe unit vectors , , and/or .
Correct
This equation is analogous to on either side of a infinitely charged sheet. Thecorrespondence seems more obvious if you set the current per unit length . Then themagnetic field you just calculated is.The electric field, though, points along the perpendicular to the surface.Do you see why you had to pick the rean loop you used? That is, why would any other loop not haveworked.Did you notice that by using Ampère's law you could find the field by using a much simpler integral thanBiot-Savart's law? The drawback is that you may not always be able to find a convenient loop insituations where the current distribution is more complicated.
Force between an Infinitely Long Wire and a Square Loop
A square loop of wire with side length carries a current . The center of the loop is located a distancefrom an infinite wire carrying a current . The infinite wire and loop are in the same plane; two sides of thesquare loop are parallel to the wire and two are perpendicular as shown.Part AWhat is the magnitude, , of the net force on the loop?Hint A.1
How to approach the problem
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Hint A.2
Determine the direction of force
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Hint A.3
Determine the magnitude of force
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Hint A.4
Find the force on the section of the loop closest to the wire
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Hint A.5
Find the magnetic field due to the wire
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Express the force in terms of , , , , and .