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The Magnetic Field in Terms of Rate of Electric Field Change Calculator will calculate the:
Calculation Parameters: The capacitor has flat circular plates; there is either air or vacuum between the plates.
|The magnetic field in capacitor plate for r < R is T [Tesla]|
|The magnetic field produced at a distance r < R from the centre of capacitor plate (outside the plate) is T [Tesla]|
|Magnetic field inside the capacitor plate calculation|
|Bi = μ0 × ε0 × r/2 × dE/dt|
Bi = × × /2 ×
Bi = /2 ×
Bi = ×
|Magnetic field outside the capacitor plate calculation|
|Bo = μ0 × ε0 × R|
Bo = × ×
Bo = × × × /
Bo = /
|Magnetic Field In Terms Of Electric Field Change Calculator Input Values|
|Rate of electric field change in the capacitor plates (dE/dt) V/(m·s) [Volt per metre times second]|
|Distance from the centre of capacitor plate (r) m [metre]|
|Radius of capacitor plate (R) m [metre]|
|Magnetic permeability of free space (vacuum) (μ0) N/A2 [Newton per square amp]|
|Electric permittivity of free space (ε0) C2/N·m2|
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