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Results after Problem 2

The list of the contest leaders after the second problem:

 

Points Name Country School Physics teacher
5.6695 Brahim Saadi Algeria Preparatory School for Science & Technology of Annaba Derradji Nasreddine
4.9694 SZABÓ Attila Hungary Leőwey Klára High School, Pécs Simon Péter, Dr Kotek László
4.5041 Nikita Sopenko Russia Lyceum No.14, Tambov Valeriy Vladimirovich Biryukov
4.4353 Ivan Tadeu Ferreira Antunes Filho Brazil Colégio Objetivo, Lins, São Paulo  
2.7363 Jakub Šafin Slovak Pavol Horov Secondary, Michalovce Jozef Smrek
2.6785 Lars Dehlwes Germany Ohm-Gymnasium Erlangen Mr. Perleth
2.5937 Dinis Cheian Moldova Lyceuum "Orizont", Chisinau Igor Evtodiev
2.5937 Mikhail Shirkin Russia Gymnasium of  Ramenskoye  Petrova Elena Georgyevna
2.435 Ilie Popanu Moldova Lyceuum "Orizont", Chisinau Igor Evtodiev
1.9801 Luís Gustavo Lapinha Dalla Stella Brazil Colégio Integrado Objetivo, Barueri, Brazil Ronaldo Fogo
1.9703 Alexandra Vasileva Russia Lyceum "Second School", Moscow A.R. Zilberman, G.F. Lvovskaya, G.Z. Arabuly 
1.81 Ion Toloaca Moldova liceul "Mircea Eliade" Igor Iurevici Nemtov; Andrei Simboteanu
1.7643 Papimeri Dumitru Moldova Lyceuum "Orizont", Chisinau Igor Evtodiev
1.7538 Cristian Zanoci Moldova Lyceuum "Orizont", Chisinau Igor Evtodiev
1.6105 Jakub Supeł  Poland 14th School of Stanisław Staszic, Warsaw Włodzimierz Zielicz
1.1 Kohei Kawabata Japan Nada High School  
1 Jaan Toots Estonia Tallinn Secondary Science School Toomas Reimann
1 Lev Ginzburg Russia Advanced Educational Scientific Center, MSU, Moscow I.V. Lukjanov, S.N. Oks
1 Sharad Mirani  India Prakash Higher Secondary School Ruchi Sadana, Sunil Sharma
1 Task Ohmori Japan Nada High School T.Hamaguchi
0.9801 Mekan Toyjanow Turkmenistan Turgut Ozal Turkmen Turkish High School Halit Coshkun
0.81 Bharadwaj Rallabandi India Narayana Jr. College, Basheer Bagh, India Vyom Sekhar Singh
0.81 Liara Guinsberg Brazil Colégio Integrado Objetivo, São Paulo, Brazil Ronaldo Fogo
0.81 Meylis Malikov Turkmenistan Turgut Ozal Turkmen Turkish High School Halit Coshkun
0.6561 Nadezhda Vartanian Russia Smolensk Pedagogical Lyceum Mishchenko Andrei Anatolievich

 

Points for Problem No 2:

Pts Name Country
3,8694 SZABÓ Attila Hungary
2,8935 Nikita Sopenko Russia
2,2917 Ivan Tadeu Ferreira Antunes Filho Brazil
1,7363 Jakub Šafin Slovak
1,5785 Lars Dehlwes Germany
1,435 Ilie Popanu Moldova
0,9801 Luís Gustavo Lapinha Dalla Stella Brazil
0,9703 Alexandra Vasileva Russia
0,891 Papimeri Dumitru Moldova
0,8539 Brahim Saadi Algeria
0,81 Ion Toloaca Moldova

 

Correct solutions (ordered according to the arrival time):

1. Szabó Attila (Hungary).

2. Ivan Tadeu Ferreira Antunes Filho (Brazil)

3. Nikita Sopenko (Russia)

4. Jakub Šafin (Slovak)

5. Lars Dehlwes (Germany)

6. Ilie Popanu (Moldova)

7. Brahim Saadi (Algeria)

8. Alexandra Vasileva (Russia)

9. Luís Gustavo Lapinha Dalla Stella (Brazil)

10. Papimeri Dumitru (Moldova)

11. Ion Toloaca (Moldova)

Overall number of registered particpants: 204 (from 38 countries).

During the first week, only one correct solution has been submitted (by Szabó Attila). So, the problem was judged to be very difficult, and after the first week, few hints were published:

"You need to understand how to calculate fields using the circulation theorem and Gauss law; relevant formulas (from the formula sheet) are IX-2, IX-3 and IX-6; I also recommend studying the formulae VIII-8, VIII-9, VIII-13, IX-27, IX-28, and IX-29. And finally – this is a common mistake – the inductance of a coil is not always multiplied by a factor of \mu when you supply it with a ferromagnetic core (in fact, it is multiplied by  \mu only for very specific cases); the inductance will depend on the geometry of the ferromagnetic!"

During the second week, two more correct solutions were received: by Ivan Tadeu Ferreira Antunes Filho and Nikita Sopenko. So, another hint was added:

"In particular, it would be helpful to study the magnetic field created by electric transformers with closed (for instance, toroidal) ferromagnetic cores; Wikipedia is not too useful (there is no calculation of B), except for the figure for leakage flux (which is small/negligible, if µ is large)."

During the first half of the third week, the correct solution of Jakub Šafin was received. After that, on 3rd Nov, another amendment to the hints was made, so that the final wording was as follows:

"you need to understand how to calculate fields using the circulation theorem and Gauss law; relevant formulae (from the formula sheet) are IX-2, IX-3 and IX-6; I also recommend studying the formulae VIII-8, VIII-9, VIII-13, IX-27, IX-28, and IX-29. In particular, it would be helpful to study the magnetic field created by electric transformers with closed (for instance, toroidal) ferromagnetic cores; suggested reading from Wikipedia: figure for leakage flux (which is small, if µ is large); how to deal with magnetic circuits. Please bear in mind that you are not supposed to copy directly formulae from the latter article, because the shape of our ferromagnetic brick differs from a simplified model of a closed-core transformer; instead, it should be considered as a reading which helps you understand, what is going on with the B-field in our case, and how to correctly apply the circulation theorem.

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Jaan Kalda – Academic Committee of IPhO-2012


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