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The Magnetic field inside a solenoid Calculator will calculate the:

- Magnetic field at centre of a current-carrying solenoid if the magnitude of current and radius of solenoid are given

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

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The Magnetic field is T [Tesla] |

Magnetic field calculation |
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B = μ_{0} × N × I/LB = × × /B = /B = |

Magnetic Field Inside A Solenoid Calculator Input Values |

Amount of current flowing through the coil (I) A [Ampere] |

Length of the solenoid (L) m [metre] |

Magnetic permeability of free space (vacuum) (μ_{0}) N/A^{2} [Newton per square amp] |

Number of turns in the solenoid (N) |

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B = *μ*_{0} × N × I*/**L*

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