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The Power induced on a metal bar moving inside a magnetic field due to an applied force Calculator will calculate the:

- Power induced on a metal bar when it moving inside a magnetic field due to an applied force

**Calculation Parameters:** Magnetic field and medium are considered as uniform; the conducting bar is uniform and it has the same thickness everywhere, the bar is moving at constant velocity inside the magnetic field.

The Power induced in the metal bar is W [Watt] |

Power induced in the metal bar calculation |
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P = (B × v × L × sinθ )^{2}/RP = ( × × × sin() )^{2}/RP = ( × × × )^{2}/RP = ^{2}/RP = /RP = |

Power Induced On A Metal Bar Moving Inside A Magnetic Field Due To An Applied Force Calculator Input Values |

Magnetic field (B) T [Tesla] |

Moving velocity of metal bar (v) m/s [metre per second] |

Length of the metal bar (L) m [metre] |

Angle between the metal bar and magnetic field lines (θ) rad [radian] |

Resistance of metal bar (R) Ω [Ohm] |

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P = *(B × v × L × sinθ )*^{2}*/**R*

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