The Electric Field in Terms of Gauss Law Calculator will calculate the:
Calculator Settings: Medium is considered as uniform.
|The electric field at a certain distance from a long wire in terms of linear charge density and Gauss Law is V/m [Volt per metre]|
|The electric field in terms of surface charge density is V/m [Volt per metre]|
|Electric field produced by a charged conducting wire calculation|
|E = λ/2π × r × ϵ0|
E = /(2 × ) × ×
E = /(2 × ) × ×
E = / × ×
E = /
|Electric field produced by a charged sphere calculation|
|E = σ/ϵ0|
E = /0
|Electric Field In Terms Of Gauss Law Calculator Input Values|
|Linear charge density of conducting wire (λ) C/m [Coulomb per metre]|
|Surface charge density of sphere (σ) C/m2 [Coulomb per square metre]|
|Distance from the conducting wire (r) m [metre]|
|Electric constant (vacuum permittivity) (ϵ0) C2/N∙m2|
|Archimedes constant (π)|
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