We have a planar steel framework made of rectangular tube steel members. There is a long straight conductor running through and perpendicular to the plane of the framework carrying 2000 amps. We have a B/H curve for common low carbon steel. Questions: 1) Is the magnetic field intensity at any point along a given RADIUS constant or does it get reduced by the steel members closer to the source? (See attached sketch.)
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