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1. Malkis says:
Explanation. The equation for the force on a current carrying wire in a magnetic field is as follows: is the force in Newtons, is the current in amperes, is the magnetic field strength in Teslas, and is the angle from parallel to the magnetic field. Because our wire is not fully perpendicular to the magnetic field, it does not experience the full possible force.
2. Tok says:
The axial magnetic field gradient for N turns of a single coil can be found by differentiating the expression for the axial magnetic field yielding: dB/dz = (3/2)(µ0IN)(R2z) (R2 + z2)-5/2 Using the physical parameters of the MF1-A coils, students can calculate the field gradient at any axial position.
3. Faurn says:
PHY Chapter 19 26 a a b b Torque on Current Loop ÎConsider rectangular current loop Forces in left, right branches = 0 Forces in top/bottom branches cancel No net force!(true for any shape) ÎBut there is a net torque! Bottom side up, top side down (RHR) Rotates around horizontal axis Îμ= NiA ⇒“magnetic moment” (N turns) True for any shape!!
4. Meztisar says:
Jun 30,  · This video introduces the cross product form of the magnetic force on a charged particle moving through a magnetic field.
5. Megal says:
You can feel a lateral magnetic force when two magnets are offset from one another. The graph at right shows an estimate of the lateral magnetic forces between two magnets. The lateral magnetic forces are shown in the dark blue, dashed line. The solid blue line is the sum of the magnetic and friction forces that act in the lateral (x) direction.
6. Nezilkree says:
force is perpendicular to the magnetic field. The electric force acts on a charged particle independent of the particle’s velocity, whereas the magnetic force acts on a charged particle only when the particle is in motion. The electric force does work in displacing a charged particle, whereas the magnetic force associated with a steady magnetic.
7. Fauzilkree says:
A magnetic force is a force of attraction between magnetized materials. Magnetized objects always have both a north and a south pole, never just one or the other. Similar to electric charges, opposite poles attract, and like poles repel. The stronger the magnets and the closer together they are, the stronger the magnetic force between them.
8. Meztigis says:
The Magnetic Force Does Zero Work. The magnetic force on a moving charge has a curious property; it does no work. That is because the work d W m a g = F →. d r → done by the magnetic force in time dt when q moves by d r → involves the scalar product of two mutually perpendicular vectors.
9. Shakahn says:
A magnetic field is a vector field that describes the magnetic influence of electric charges in relative motion and magnetized materials. A charge that is moving parallel to a current of other charges experiences a force perpendicular to its own velocity. The effects of magnetic fields are commonly seen in permanent magnets, which pull on magnetic materials (such as iron) and attract or repel.