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The Magnetic Field Calculator will calculate the:

- Magnetic field produced by current-carrying wire at any angle to magnetic field lines when magnetic force, length of conductor and the magnitude of current are given.

**Calculation Parameters:** Magnetic field and medium are considered as uniform; the conducting wire used for the circuit and resistor is uniform and it has the same thickness everywhere.

The Magnetic field is T [Tesla] |

Magnetic field calculation |
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B = F/I × L × sin θB = F/ × × sin ()B = F/ × × B = F/ × × B = |

Calculating Magnetic Field Using The Amperes Law Calculator Input Values |

Magnetic force acting on the wire (F) N [Newton] |

Amount of current flowing through the wire (I) A [Amp] |

Length of the conducting wire (L) m [metre] |

Angle between the current and magnetic field lines (θ) ° [degree] |

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B = *F**/**I × L × sin θ*

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- 16.1 - Introduction to Magnetism
- 16.2 - Magnetic Field Produced by Electric Currents
- 16.3 - Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Wire. Ampere's Force
- 16.4 - Magnetic Force on a Wire Moving Inside a Magnetic Field. Lorentz Force
- 16.5 - Magnetic Dipole Moment
- 16.6 - Ampere's Law
- 16.7 - Faraday's Law of Induction
- 16.8 - Lentz Law
- 16.9 - Inductance and Self-Induction
- 16.10 - Induction and Energy Transfers
- 16.11 - Induced Electric Fields
- 16.12 - RL Circuits
- 16.13 - Energy Stored in a Magnetic Field. Energy Density of a Magnetic Field. Mutual Induction
- 16.14 - Alternating Current. LC Circuits
- 16.15 - Introduction to RLC Circuits
- 16.16 - The Series RLC Circuit
- 16.17 - Power in an Alternating Circuit. Transformers
- 16.18 - Maxwell Equations

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