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Two Current Carrying Wire Along To X Axis In Arbitary Direction.current is I & -I respectively.So Can You Give Me The All Possible Condition , SAGAR SINGH

Two Current Carrying Wire Along To X Axis In Arbitary Direction.current is I & -I respectively.So Can You Give Me The All Possible Condition , SAGAR SINGH

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SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
879 Points
10 years ago

Dear student,

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Wire #2 will experience a magnetic field  due to wire #1 given by

 


B1 = $\displaystyle{\frac{\mu_0I_1}{2\pi r}}$

in the direction indicated, and hence will experience a force per unit length given by 


$\displaystyle{\frac{F_2}{l}}$ = $\displaystyle{\frac{\mu_0I_1I_2}{2\pi d}}$.

 

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