Simulation for the Polygonal Coil Magnetic Field

Xiang LÜ, Jianbo TIAN


Based on the study of Helmholtz coils, the intensity distribution of polygons coil magnetic field and characteristics of intensity of that magnetic field is given, this lay the foundation for some industrial application is showed here.


Helmholtz coils; Polygon current carrying coils; Simulation

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