In a current carrying load solenoid, the magnetic field produced does not depend upon

 A solenoid is a common term for a wire coil used as an electromagnet. It also applies to any system that uses a solenoid to transform electric energy into mechanical energy. The system generates a magnetic field from electric current and produces linear motion using the magnetic field.

The magnetic field at the centre of the solenoid is given as:


where n is the number of turns per unit length =N/I

i is the current through the solenoid.

So, the magnetic field does not depend on the radius of the solenoid.

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