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3) At r = R, the normal component of ( B r ) is continuous. 4) Similarly, at r = R – d, B r is continuous. 3d) Combining Eqs. 3 From Eqs. 5) Combining Eqs. 6) From Eqs. 7) Combining Eqs. 42) b) We may simplify Eq. 9) In the special case µd/µo R >>1, Eq. 43) c) The same result given by Eq. 43 for H ss /H 0 can be obtained directly by a perturbation approach for the case µ/µ o >> 1 and d/R << 1. We proceed by assuming that µ of the shell material is infinite. We then find that the B lines enter and leave the shell at r = R only normally.
As discussed in the next problem where a superconducting cylinder is considered, a discontinuity in the θ component of the fields at r = R requires a surface current (confined within a thin layer). Because this current, once set up, must flow persistently, it implies that the sphere’s electrical conductivity, like the superconductor’s, must be infinite. As discussed in Chapter 1, a perfectly diamagnetic material must at the same time be a perfect conductor; that is, such a material is automatically a superconductor.
5: The field far from a cluster of four dipoles This problem considers the field far from a cluster of four dipoles arranged as shown in Fig. 7. The center-to-center distance between two opposing dipoles is 2 δ d . 7 indicates the direction of the field inside each dipole. Also defined in Fig. 7 are r- θ coordinates and z-x coordinates common to all the dipoles. 48) Neglect end effects of each dipole. Fig. 7 Cross-sectional view of the four-dipole arrangement. The arrow in each dipole indicates the field direction inside the winding.