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The Force Produced by an Electric Source Calculator will calculate the:

- Force produced by an electric source in a given time when electromotive force of battery, length of circuit and the value of current flowing through it are given

The force produced by the electric source (by battery) is N [Newton] |

Force produced by the electric source (by battery) calculation |
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F = ε × I × t/LF = × × /F = /F = |

Force Produced By An Electric Source Calculator Input Values |

Electromotive force of battery (ε) V [Volt] |

Current flowing in the main branch of the circuit (I) A [Amp] |

Length of circuit (L) m [metre] |

Flowing time of electricity (t) s [second] |

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F = *ε × I × t**/**L*

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