# [Physics] the magnetic flux density “outside” the solenoid when AC current is passing through it

electromagnetisminductancemagnetic fields

I know that there are well defined equations explaining the magnetic flux density in the solenoid.

However what about magnetic field outside the solenoid?

How is the magnetic flux density related with the current?

UPDATE : Sorry may be the original post is misleading. I have updated some of the terms. I was wanted to ask about the magnetic flux density

To be more precise:

Consider the case where we have one solenoid placed at coordinate $(0,0,0)$ and AC current $I$ is passing through it.

At the same time at point $(x,y,z)$ we observed the magnetic flux density $B$

How can we write $B$ in terms of $d=\sqrt{(x^2+y^2+z^2)}$ and $I$?

What changes inside AND outside is that the changing current causes a changing magnetic flux inside the solenoid (also outside but they are negligible for the reasons stated before). That causes an induced azimuthal electric field (its direction with respect to the current has to do with the rate of change of $I$ which is $dI/dt$).