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Challenge Problems

Problem 1:

The sketch below shows three wires carrying currents I1 , I 2 and I 3 , with an Ampèrian

loop drawn around I1 and I 2 . The wires are all perpendicular to the plane of the paper.

**Which currents produce the magnetic field at the point P shown in the sketch (circle
**

one)?

a) I 3 only.

b) I1 and I 2 .

c) I1 , I 2 and I 3 .

d) None of them.

e) It depends on the size and shape of the Amperian Loop.

Problem 2:

Find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at the point P generated by the

current carrying wire and loop depicted in the figure.

Problem 3:

The figure below shows two closed paths wrapped around two conducting loops carrying

currents i1 and i2. What is the value of the integral for (a) path 1 and (b) path 2?

Problem 4:

A coaxial cable consists of a solid inner conductor of radius a, surrounded by a

concentric cylindrical tube of inner radius b and outer radius c. The conductors carry

equal and opposite currents I0 distributed uniformly across their cross-sections.

Determine the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at a distance r from the axis.

Make a graph of the magnitude of the magnetic field as a function of the distance r from

the axis.

(a) r < a;

(b) a < r < b;

(c) b < r < c;

(d) r > c.

Problem 5:

Consider an infinitely long, cylindrical conductor of radius R carrying a current I with a

non-uniform current density J = α r 2 , where α is a constant and r is the distance from

the center of the cylinder.

(a) Find the magnetic field everywhere.

(b) Plot the magnitude of the magnetic field as a function of r.

[Hint: See Example 9.11.6 for a similar problem.]

Problem 6:

Consider two infinitely large sheets lying in the xy-plane separated by a distance d

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carrying surface current densities K1 = K ˆi and K 2 = − K ˆi in the opposite directions, as

shown in the figure below (The extent of the sheets in the y direction is infinite.) Note

that K is the current per unit width perpendicular to the flow.

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a) Find the magnetic field everywhere due to K1 .

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b) Find the magnetic field everywhere due to K 2 .

c) Applying superposition principle, find the magnetic field everywhere due to both

current sheets.

d) How would your answer in (c) change if both currents were running in the same

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direction, with K1 = K 2 = K ˆi ?

**Problem 7: Two long solenoids are
**

nested on the same axis, as in the figure

below. The inner solenoid has radius R1

and n1 turns per unit length. The outer

solenoid has radius R2 and n2 turns per

unit length. Each solenoid carries the

same current I flowing in each turn, but

in opposite directions, as indicated on

the sketch.

**Use Ampere’s Law to find the direction and magnitude of the magnetic field in the
**

following regions. Be sure to show your Amperian loops and all your calculations.

a)

0 < r < R1

b)

R1 < r < R2

c)

R2 < r

Problem 8:

The figure below shows two slabs of current. Both slabs of current are infinite in the x

and z directions, and have thickness d in the y-direction. The top slab of current is

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located in the region 0 < y < d and has a constant current density J out = J zˆ out of the

page. The bottom slab of current is located in the region -d < y < 0 and has a constant

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current density J in = − J zˆ into the page.

(a) What is the magnetic field for y > d ? Justify your answer.

**(b) Use Ampere’s Law to find the magnetic field at y = 0. Show the Amperian Loop
**

that you use and give the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field.

Amperian Loop

l

**c) Use Ampere’s Law to find the magnetic field for 0 < y < d. Show the Amperian
**

Loop that you use and give the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field.

Amperian Loop

d−y

l

**(d) Plot the x-component of the magnetic field as a function of the distance y on the
**

graph below. Label your vertical axis.

Problem 9:

An infinitely long wire of radius a carries a current density J 0 which is uniform and

constant. The current points "out of" the page, as shown in the figure.

r

**(a) Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field B(r) for (i) r < a and (ii) r > a . For
**

both cases show your Amperian loop and indicate (with arrows) the direction of the

magnetic field.

(b) What happens to the answers above if the direction of the current is reversed so that it

flows "into" the page ?

(c) Consider now the same wire but with a hole bored throughout. The hole has radius

b (with 2b < a ) and is shown in the figure. We have also indicated four special points:

O, L, M, and N. The point O is at the center of the original wire and the point M is at the

center of the hole. In this new wire, the current density exists and remains equal to J 0

over the remainder of the cross section of the wire. Calculate the magnitude of the

magnetic field at (i) the point M, (ii) at the point L, and (iii) at the point N. Show your

work.

Hint: Try to represent the configuration as the "superposition" of two types of wires.

Problem 10:

An infinitely large (in the x − and y − directions) conducting slab of thickness d is

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centered at z = 0 . The current density J = − J 0 ˆj in the slab is uniform and points out of

the page in the diagram below.

**Calculate the direction and magnitude of the magnetic field of the slab
**

i) above the slab, z > d / 2 .

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ii) B = μ0 J 0 d / 2iˆ below the slab, z < −d / 2 .

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iii) B = − μ0 J 0 ziˆ for −d / 2 < z < d / 2 .

Make a carefully labeled graph showing your results for the dependence of the field

components upon position.

**A very long wire is now placed at a height z = h above the slab. The wire carries a
**

current I1 pointing out of the page in the diagram below. What is the direction

and magnitude of the force per unit length on the wire?

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Problem 11:

In the figure at right a long circular pipe with outside radius R carries a (uniformly

distributed) current i into the page. A wire runs parallel to the pipe at a distance of 3.00R

from center to center. Find the current in the wire such that the ratio of the magnitude of

the net magnetic field at point P to the magnitude of the net magnetic field at the center

of the pipe is x, but it has the opposite direction.

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