Matlab Project on Magnetostatics Engineering Lab Report (Lab Report Sample)
The experimental objective was to derive a Matlab function for the determination of the Magnetic Field Intensity (H) of a square solenoid.
The experimental outcomes produced the values of the Magnetic Field Intensity (H) at an absolute point using the distinct discrete summation function in Matlab integral version of Bio-Savart or Amperes Law for a square looped solenoid. The results obtained in part one give H as the output when X is varied, while the Y and Z components are held constant. Similarly, the value of H is obtained by varying Z and holding the values of the X and Y component constant. Ultimately, the value of H is also obtained via a point specified by the experimentor based on the assumption that the points lie within a stipulated boundaries.
Matlab Project on Magnetostatics
This experiment was commissioned with the objective of determining the Magnetic Field Intensity (H) of a square solenoid whose three components were oriented in a 3D plane. In this case the discrete summation function found in Matlab in the form of Bio-Savart law was adopted. The overall geometry of the solenoid was a cube with dimensions of 3cm along the X, Y, and Z plane. Additional features of the solenoid included 97 turns with the origin being the reference point and a current rating of 399mA. On the other hand, the solenoid had a pitch of 0.309, while its relative permeability was initialized as μ.
The mathematical expression for the relationship for the various features mentioned above is as shown below in equation (1):
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