Magnetic Field of Toroid
Magnetic field = permeability x turn density x current
Finding the magnetic field inside a toroid is a good example of the power of Ampere's law. The current enclosed by the dashed line is just the number of loops times the current in each loop. Amperes law then gives the magnetic field by
The toroid is a useful device used in everything from tape heads to tokamaks.
The Earth's magnetic field is about half a gauss.
The relative permeability of magnetic iron is around 200.
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