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Universidad Católica de Santa María Facultad de Arquitectura e Ingeniería Civil y del Ambiente TAREA N° Fecha: 06 / 06 /18 Día: Miércoles Nota: Asignatura Física: Electricidad y Magnetismo Docente: Juan Ramón Díaz Escuela: Ing. Civil Tema Cuestionario previo N°14 Grupo: 01 Horario: 5:00-7:00pm Apellidos y Nombres Código del Estudiante: 1. Enuncie la ley de Biot-Savart: La ley de Biot-Savart indica el campo magnético creado por corrientes estacionarias. En el caso de corrientes que circulan por circuitos filiformes (o cerrados), la contribución de un elemento infinitesimal de longitud dL del circuito recorrido por una corriente I crea una contribución elemental de campo magnético, dB, en el punto situado en la posición que apunta el vector Ur a una distancia R respecto de dL, quien apunta en dirección a la corriente I: 2. Describa como es el campo magnético debido a una corriente eléctrica rectilínea :

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