Uniform field theory

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For the uniform field theory of physics, see Unified field theory.

Uniform field theory is a formula for determining the effective electrical resistance of a parallel wire system. By calculating the mean square field acting throughout a section of coil, formulae are obtained for the effective resistances of single- and multi-layer solenoidal coils of either solid or stranded wire.[1]

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  1. ^ E. F. Armstrong and T. P. Hilditch, A study of catalytic actions at solid surfaces, Nature, 107, pages 573-575 (30 June 1921).