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Magnetostatics describes the effects of unchanging magnetic fields. Use Wolfram|Alpha's collection of formulas to compute the magnetic fields for and their effects on different objects. Calculate the Lorentz force, the magnetic field of a solenoid or the magnetic flux density of a Helmholtz coil. Examine the equations associated with different magnetized objects.


Calculate properties of static magnetic fields.

Compute magnetic flux density for an object:

Compute Lorentz force:

Compute force on a pair of wires:

Find the magnetic field strength around a spherical coil:

Find equations associated with a magnetized object:

Find the axial field strength of an ideal solenoid:

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