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The Magnetic Force between two parallel current-carrying wires Calculator will calculate the:

- Magnetic Force between two parallel current-carrying wires if the distance between the wires is known.

**Calculation considerations:** The wires are straight and both of them have the same length.

(4π) | |

The Magnetic force is N [Newton] |

Magnetic force calculation |
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F = × Lμ_{0} × I_{1} × I_{2}/2π × dF = × × × /(2 × ) × F = × / × F = × /F = × F = |

Magnetic Force Between Two Parallel Current Carrying Wires Calculator Input Values |

Amount of current flowing through the first wire (I_{1}) A [Amp] |

Amount of current flowing through the second wire (I_{2}) A [Amp] |

Distance between the two wires (d) m [metre] |

Length of wires (L) m [metre] |

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

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F = *μ*_{0} × I_{1} × I_{2}*/**2π × d* × L

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