The Name: Magnetic Dipole Moment Calculator will calculate the:
Calculator parameters: Medium is considered as uniform; the conducting wire used for the coil is uniform, circular and it has the same thickness everywhere.
|The magnetic dipole moment is A∙m2 [Amp per square metre]|
|Magnetic dipole moment calculation|
|μ = N × I × π × r2|
μ = × × × 2
μ = × × ×
|Magnetic Dipole Moment Calculator Input Values|
|Amount of current flowing through the coil (I) A|
|Radius of coil (r) m|
|Number of turns in the coil (N)|
|Archimedes Constant (π)|
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