 Mayank Tayal
National Institute of Technology (NIT), Durgapur
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Magnetic Field=([Permeability-vacuum]*Electric Current)/(2*pi*Perpendicular Distance) GO
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### Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Conductor Formula

Magnetic Field=([Permeability-vacuum]*Electric Current/4*pi*Perpendicular Distance)*(cos(Theta 1)-cos(Theta 2))
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## How is Magnetic Field created around a Straight conductor ?

Magnetic Field is a region around a magnetic material or a moving electric charge within which the force of magnetism acts. In a current carrying conductor, there is a movement of charges which give rise to a magnetic field in the region surrounding it.

## How to Calculate Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Conductor?

Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Conductor calculator uses Magnetic Field=([Permeability-vacuum]*Electric Current/4*pi*Perpendicular Distance)*(cos(Theta 1)-cos(Theta 2)) to calculate the Magnetic Field, Magnetic Field due to a Straight Conductor is the the measure of magnetic field at a particular point at a perpendicular distance of 'perpendicular_distance' from the conductor carrying current of magnitude 'electric_current', and making angle 'theta1' from one end of the conductor and angle 'theta2' from the other end. . Magnetic Field and is denoted by B symbol.

How to calculate Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Conductor using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Conductor, enter Perpendicular Distance (d), Electric Current (i), Theta 1 (Theta1) and Theta 2 (Theta2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Conductor calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0 = ([Permeability-vacuum]*20/4*pi*0.03)*(cos((0))-cos((0))).

### FAQ

What is Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Conductor?
Magnetic Field due to a Straight Conductor is the the measure of magnetic field at a particular point at a perpendicular distance of 'perpendicular_distance' from the conductor carrying current of magnitude 'electric_current', and making angle 'theta1' from one end of the conductor and angle 'theta2' from the other end. and is represented as B=([Permeability-vacuum]*i/4*pi*d)*(cos(Theta1)-cos(Theta2)) or Magnetic Field=([Permeability-vacuum]*Electric Current/4*pi*Perpendicular Distance)*(cos(Theta 1)-cos(Theta 2)). The perpendicular distance between two objects is the distance from one to the other, measured along a line that is perpendicular to one or both, Electric Current is the time rate of flow of charge through a cross sectional area, Theta 1 is the measure of the angle and Theta 2 is the measure of the angle 2.
How to calculate Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Conductor?
Magnetic Field due to a Straight Conductor is the the measure of magnetic field at a particular point at a perpendicular distance of 'perpendicular_distance' from the conductor carrying current of magnitude 'electric_current', and making angle 'theta1' from one end of the conductor and angle 'theta2' from the other end. is calculated using Magnetic Field=([Permeability-vacuum]*Electric Current/4*pi*Perpendicular Distance)*(cos(Theta 1)-cos(Theta 2)). To calculate Magnetic Field Due to a Straight Conductor, you need Perpendicular Distance (d), Electric Current (i), Theta 1 (Theta1) and Theta 2 (Theta2). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Perpendicular Distance, Electric Current, Theta 1 and Theta 2 and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Magnetic Field?
In this formula, Magnetic Field uses Perpendicular Distance, Electric Current, Theta 1 and Theta 2. We can use 3 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Magnetic Field=([Permeability-vacuum]*Electric Current)/(2*pi*Perpendicular Distance) 