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A current-carrying solenoid can be imagined as fitted with slip-joints and flattened into a shape comparable to a parallel-plate capacitor. In this shape it is easy to calculate forces, the work done, and energy changes that are analogous to those for a capacitor with constant charge or constant voltage.doi:10.1119/1.1407255 fatcat:j5v2ldy4dvdwnciaddgwcirk4i