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Force between two magnets when 'B' between them is know


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#1 Advaita   Members   -  Reputation: 100

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Posted 16 September 2011 - 11:17 AM

some basic physics question on magnetism

I need to compute the vector force F1 between magnet A and magnet B (both similar) at a point on a line joining their center of masses. Basically, at this point I have B1 (a 2D vector).

I just need to convert this B1 to F1 using some formula/method (in an openGL simulation).

Assume m1, m2 as magnetic moments, r as the distance vector between the two center of masses

Can someone put some thought to this?




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Posted 23 September 2011 - 06:10 PM

Do you want to know the net force exerted on a point by two nearby magnets, or do you need to know the force between the two magnets? Your wording is kinda confusing.
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