Several current-carrying conductors were placed in a magnetic field. on which of them will the field act with some force? not on any conductor with low current only on conductor with high current on any conductor with current
The force acting on the conductors will depend on the magnitude of the magnetic induction B, the current in the conductors I, the length of the conductors L and the sine of the angle a between the directions of the currents and the direction of the magnetic induction vector:
FA = IBLsina.
Answer: The field will act on a conductor with any current value other than zero if the angle between the direction of the current and the magnetic induction vector is nonzero (the conductors will not be parallel to the magnetic field lines). The strength of the impact will be directly proportional to the value of the current strength, the length of the conductors, the magnitude of the magnetic induction and the orientation of the conductors.
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