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Magnetic field generated bar magnet
« on: August 13, 2008, 09:43:04 am »
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Re: Magnetic field generated bar magnet
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2008, 07:07:21 pm »
my journey:

1. added mbar.gif graphics into folder _data/mbar.gif
so now i can compile it n it works nicely.

question:

reference:http://upload.wikimedia.org/math/5/f/f/5ff6494ee391f0ac7cfd0da8851422f3.png
can explain is this the Biot–Savart law you used to model the magnetic feild lines? 

compare it with the code
double r2,r3,f;
// caluclate magnetic field at point xp,yp use Biot-Savart Law Fproportional to dlXr/r^3
public double calFx (double xp,double yp) {
 f=0;
 for(int i=0;i  for(int j=0;j  r2=(xp-xc[j])*(xp-xc[j])+(yp-yc[i])*(yp-yc[i])+zc[i]*zc[i];
  r3=r2*Math.sqrt(r2);
  f-=(yc[i]*(yp-yc[i])-zc[i]*zc[i])/r3;
  }
 }
 return f;
}
public double calFy (double xp,double yp) {
 f=0;
 for(int i=0;i  for(int j=0;j  r2=(xp-xc[j])*(xp-xc[j])+(yp-yc[i])*(yp-yc[i])+zc[i]*zc[i];
  r3=r2*Math.sqrt(r2);
  f+=yc[i]*(xp-xc[j])/r3;
  }
 }
 return f;
}

it looks different, sorry it is difficult to follow, as Biot-Savart Law i don't have a deep understanding

i am usuallly on MSN microsoft messager : lookang , can add me as frd then maybe we can arrange to discuss the applet?
« Last Edit: August 13, 2008, 07:11:25 pm by lookang »

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Re: Magnetic field generated bar magnet
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2008, 12:53:27 am »
Original form for Biot-Savart Law is
$dvec{B}=frac{mu_0}{4pi} frac{I,dvec{l}   imeshat{r}} {r^2}$

For the calculation in the code. I use another variable(cst) to represent $frac{mu_o, I}{4pi}$
And transform $frac{I,dvec{l}   imeshat{r}}{r^2}$ into $frac{I,dvec{l}   imesvec{r}}{r^3}$
Where $hat{r}= frac{vec{r}}{r}$.

$vec{l}$ is in y-z plane. corresponds to (yc,zc) in the code.
and $vec{r}$ corresponds to (xp-xc,yp-yc,zc)
Then calculate the cross product for the above two vector.

The integration is done by sum of components from all the coil segments.

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Re: Magnetic field generated bar magnet
« Reply #3 on: September 24, 2009, 03:23:56 am »
good sharing by W. K. Adams, Co-Director PhET Interactive Simulations University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
http://www.fisica.uniud.it/URDF/mptl14/dtlprogramme.htm
http://phet.colorado.edu/simulations/sims.php?sim=Faradays_Electromagnetic_Lab#topics

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Re: Magnetic field generated bar magnet
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