Magnetic Force Between Current-Carrying Wires Calculator

Created by Luciano Mino
Last updated: Jun 28, 2022
Currents flowing through wires create magnetic fields. This results in the attraction or repulsion of parallel wires according to Ampere's force law (given by F=μ*I1*I2*l/2π*r).
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Current in first wire
A
Current in second wire
A
Distance
in
Force
N
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