How does the magnetic feild look of current carrying loop?
Asked by shudhanshujn | 15th Jul, 2014, 07:10: PM
The figure above shows the magnetic field around a circular current carrying loop.
If a straight wire is bent to form a circular loop and a current is passed through it, then the magnetic field lines form concentric circles.
These circles become larger and larger as one moves away from the loop. At the centre of the circle, the arcs are like big circles and they appear as a straight line.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 16th Jul, 2014, 10:47: AM
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