How do you find the magnetic field strength of a point? For each configuration of conductors carrying an electric current the field strength in any point of the surrounding space can be calculated by solving the integral equation (6.1). A current I through a long, straight wire produces a magnetic field with strength H=I/2πr at a distance r from the wire.
What is Dot in magnetic field? A dot encircled means the direction of magnetic or electric field directeed upwards perpendicularly out of the plane of the paper, where as a cross encircled means just the opposite, i.e. directed inside the plane of the paper.
What is the strength of magnetic field in space? At the orbit of the Space Shuttle, the field has a strength of 0.35 Gauss, and declines to 0.037 Gauss ( 3700 nT) by 7000 kilometers. Additional resources about the Earth’s magnetic field can be found at the IMAGE/POETRY magnetosphere resource page.
What is the strength of magnetic field known as 1 point? Explanation: Strength of magnetic field is also known as magnetic flux density. It is the amount of magnetic field lines crossing unit area.
- How do you find the magnetic field strength of a point? – Additional Questions
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