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If a resistive ring is placed in a coaxial solenoid carrying varying current such that the field inside (considered uniform) is B = B o t. what is the electric field inside the ring, if its resistivity is , radius is r? Does E=rho times j , ie the Ohms law field a part of the net field? If so, then how can its direction be found? Also what about Maxwell's third equation- del cross E= minus the rate of change of magnetic field with time, if the Ohms law field still applies?


If a  resistive ring is placed in a coaxial solenoid carrying varying current such that the field inside (considered uniform) is B=Bot. what is the electric field inside the ring, if its resistivity is  , radius is r? Does E=rho times j , ie the Ohms law field a part of the net field? If so, then how can its direction be found? Also what about Maxwell's third equation- del cross E= minus the rate of change of magnetic field with time, if the Ohms law field still applies?


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