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Force on a Rectangular Coil Moving above a Conducting Slab
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9.The parameter S also plays the role of an effective speed since this is the only place where v specifically enters the formulas.
10. is a convenient dimensionless quantity for discussing the magnetic forces on coils at height h above the conducting plate. An effective speed parameter S, analogous to Eq. (24), can also be defined here: but depends on h, b, and a.
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