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TEAM 3 problem

The TEAM 3 problem is a classic validation test case often studied and consists of a conducting ladder, having two holes with a coil above carrying a sinusoidal current. The current in the coil is considered uniform (no eddy currents) while the ladder’s induced current diffuses through its thickness (eddy currents).