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Apologies if this is the wrong place to pose this question, or if it is poorly formulated, I would appreciate any help, even if that is pointing me to a place where I can learn more about solving problems like this.

I'm trying to work out what is going on in the following assembly of magnets (neodymium) and magnetic materials (probably steel) / non magnetic materials (probably plastic).

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The assembly contains three rows, which are free to move horizontally, but constrained on the other axes. And, each row can move independently of the others.

What I would like to do is make a computer model of this system, and just play around with the parameters to get a feel for what happens with different numbers of magnets, different arrangements of the steel pieces, etc.

So my question is how would I compute the net magneto motive force acting on each component in this assembly?

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