I have a pretty difficult problem that I would really appreciate some help in solving.
I need to measure the current induced in a conductor by a strong magnetic field. I need to do this without using any conductive material in the magnetic field since this will induce current in the measurement equipment and trash the results.
Here are ideas that I've been tossing around but do not have a real grasp on.
Can I use some light emitting diode and pump the light out in a fiber optic cable and sample it away from the experimental setup?
Can I submerge the conductor in a liquid, measure heat generated by the current?
I'm at a loss on how to approach this problem, any advice?