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The Work and Energy of a Magnetic Dipole Calculator will calculate the:

- Energy of a magnetic dipole
- Work done on a magnetic dipole

**Calculation parameters:** Medium is considered as uniform; the conducting wire used for the coil is uniform, circular and it has the same thickness everywhere.

The current energy of a magnetic dipole (Take the value of the initial angle θ1 as that of current angle) is J [Joule] |

The work done on a magnetic dipole is J [Joule] |

Energy of magnetic dipole calculation |
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U = N × I × π × r^{2} × B × cosθ_{1}U = × × × ^{2} × × cos()U = × × × × × U = |

Work done on the magnetic dipole calculation |

W = N × I × π × r^{2} × B × (cosθ_{2} - cosθ_{1})W = × × × ^{2} × × (cos() - cos())W = × × × × × ( - )W = × × × × × W = |

Work Done On A Magnetic Dipole Calculator Input Values |

Amount of current flowing through the coil (I) A [Amp] |

Radius of coil (r) m [metre] |

Number of turns in the coil (N) |

Archimedes Constant (π) |

Magnetic field (B) T [Tesla] |

Initial angle formed by the magnetic dipole moment vector and the magnetic field lines (θ_{1}) rad [radian] |

Final angle formed by the magnetic dipole moment vector and the magnetic field lines (θ_{2}) rad [radian] |

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U = N × I × π × r^{2} × B × cosθ_{1}

W = N × I × π × r^{2} × B × (cosθ_{2} - cosθ_{1})

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