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The Magnetic Potential Energy stored in an Inductor will calculate the:

- Magnetic potential energy stored in an inductor when the current and inductance are given

**Calculation parameters:** The inductor is uniform and the wire it is made from has the same thickness everywhere; the source supplies DC current.

The magnetic potential energy stored in an inductor is J [Joule] |

Magnetic potential energy stored in an inductor calculation |
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W_{m} = L × i^{2}/2W _{m} = × ^{2}/2W _{m} = × /2W _{m} = /2W _{m} = |

Magnetic Potential Energy Stored In An Inductor Calculator Input Values |

Inductance of the inductor (L) H [Henry] |

Current flowing through the inductor (i) A [Ampere] |

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W_{m} = *L × i*^{2}*/**2*

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