HOW DOES A SOLENOID WORK?

The term ‘solenoid’ was given by Andre’-Marie Ampere, French physicist, to designate a helical coil. A solenoid is more commonly described as a coil which winded into a tightly packed helix. The coil’s length is greater than that of its diameter, wrapped around a metallic core, producing a uniform magnetic field in the volume of space whenever an electric current is passed through it.

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