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5.5.6. Common Pitfalls and Troubleshooting

Typical mistakes include specifying incorrect directions for magnet directions, and improper construction of linked coil sources. The thing to remember about the latter is that current must flow in a loop within the problem domain, or enter and exit a Neumann surface. If you construct a current circuit from multiple current-carrying solids, make sure that the connections between the ends of each solid properly capture all of the current. This requirement means that the end of each conductor must exactly mate up with the next conductor in the sequence.

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