anonymous
  • anonymous
difference between uniform non uniform magnetic field mlines
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anonymous
  • anonymous
at the uniform magnetic field the magnetic flux lines are parallel and perpendicular to the plane while at non uniform it takes the shape as its type as at short bar-magnet it appears as imaganary half circles coming from the n-pole to s-pole ;note ; the magnetic field due to electric current passing by a circular loop has the two types uniform field and non uniform field
anonymous
  • anonymous
A uniform magnetic field doesn't depend on position, its the same everywhere. A non uniform magnetic field changes from one place to another.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The electric field inside the plates of a large parallel plate capacitor is uniform, the field is the same size and points the same direction everywhere in between the plates. The electric field of a point charge is non-uniform, it points in a different direction everywhere in space, and gets smaller as you move further away from the charge.

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