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=

B

dS

where dS is the infinitesimal element of the surface. The magnetic flux can also be

described with self inductance, L, or mutual inductance, M, with these equations.

=LI

=MI

where ,I, is the magnitude of the electric current in the problem. So, the total magnetic

fluxes, a and b can be related to the induction coefficients through the matrix

equation.

a = Laa M I a

M Lbb I b

b

()(

Within this equation,

Laa

and

Lbb

)( )

with M being their mutual inductance. Each solenoid will receive two kinds of

contributions to the total magnetic flux. One will be from to its own magnetic field, and the

other will be from the other solenoid's magnetic flux. While this would raise some

problems that would cause problems in common textbooks, because they use the central

axis, even though the cross section is circular, this is no problem when expressed in this

manner. These irregularities when calculating the inductance matrix can be explained that

the magnetic field is even throughout the solenoid and not just the central axis, which

textbooks do not take into account. Other studies have shown that with the help of other

equations (the surface integral equation, the two magnetic flux equations and the matrix

equation) and their manipulation will lead to the coupling coefficient. However, the

coefficient can only be described as

a

b

ab ba

M

a

=

=

a b

L

L

aa bb b

k =

This equation is gained when common assumptions are used. Some of those assumptions

are the shape of the cross-section which has been proven not to matter as the magnetic field

does not depend on the cross section shape. The calculus included in these equations are not

hard to follow, and can be included in lower course levels textbooks. To properly define the

problem, we consider two ideal solenoids where the only requirement is for one to be

Sa

Sb

S >S

Na

Nb

smaller than the other, specifically

and

( b b ,

and

, the

Ia

magnetic fluxes,

and

and

Ib

L

( aa) ( I a ) + M ( I b )

a =

L

( bb) ( I b ) + M ( I a )

b =

If

I a=0

Lbb

current only flows through the outer coil, and the inner zones of the solenoids, the modulus

of the magnetic field is B=

0 N b I b

h

where

a=N a Sa

n=N b /h

0 N b I b

=M I b

h

b=N b Sb

0 N b I b

=Lbb I b

h

Lbb

, can be

M=

0 Sa N a I b

h

0 S b N 2b

Lbb=

h

The equation is the same if one wanted to find

Laa

I b=0.

but instead

The final

L=

0 N 2b S a N a S a

h N a S a N 2b S a

k=

Sa

M

=

Laa Lbb S a S b

Sa

and

Sb

respectively.

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