1 Magnetic Fields 2 The Three Right Hand Rules 3 Force and Torque On Wire 4 Ampere’s Law 5 Faraday’s Law of Induction 6 Inductance 7 Summary.
In mathematics and physics, the right-hand rule is a common mnemonic for understanding orientation conventions for vectors in three dimensions. Most of the various left- and right-hand rules arise from the fact that the three axes of 3-dimensional space have two possible orientations.
What is the torque on the loop if the current is 3 A? Magnetic Field of a Long Wire.
The principle is also used to determine the direction of the torque vector.
Magnetic Field from Current, cont. Right-Hand Rule Number 1. Plotting Field Lines. Charges and Magnetic Fields.
The ‘right-hand grip rule’ can be used to give the direction of the magnetic field lines produced by a current in a long straight wire
rB Right Hand Rule. I. Magnetic Field and a Current Loop
In order to apply either Right-Hand Rule to a moving negative charge, the velocity (v) of that charge must be reversed--to represent the analogous conventional current. Making illustrations of magnetic field and charge interactions in 3D.
22-5 Loops of Current and Magnetic Torque. Rectangular Current Loops A rectangle loop has height h and width w, and carriesura current I, as shown.
. The magnetic moment can be considered to be a vector quantity with direction perpendicular to the current loop in the right-hand-rule direction.