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The Energy Density of a Magnetic Field Calculator will calculate the:
Calculation Parameters: The magnetic field is uniform; the source supplies DC current.
|The Energy density of magnetic field is T/m3 [Tesla per cubic metre]|
|Energy density of magnetic field calculation|
|w = B2/2 × μ0|
w = 2/2 ×
w = 2/
|Energy Density Of Magnetic Field Calculator Input Values|
|Magnetic field (B) T [Tesla]|
|Magnetic permeability of free space (vacuum) (μ0) N/A2 [Newton per square amp]|
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