Thursday, July 14, 2016

Magnetic Field of 2 current conducting wires JavaScript HTML5 Applet Simulation Model by Fu-Kwun Hwang and Loo Kang Wee

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Examples of what can be simulated


current I1 = -1A, I2 = 1A
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current I2 = 1A
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current I1 = -1A
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external magnetic field  Bx =0.5T
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external magnetic field  Bx =0.5T,current I1 = -1A, I2 = 1A, showing the yellow resultant field lines that will result in force on wire1 to be down in the negative y direction, force on wire 2, force is positive y direction as the yellow field lines suggests closer separation at the top of wire 1 and bottom of wire 2.
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notes from Boon Chien



example of the sim