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Under what condition will the conductor experience no force?

The conductor will Experience no force if the direction of current in the conductor is parallel to the direction of magnetic field.

When and why does a current carrying conductor experience force?

When two magnetic fields interact there will be attraction and repulsion between them based on the direction of the external magnetic field and the direction of the current in the conductor. That is why the conductor experiences a force.

Which force does current carrying conductor experience when it is placed in magnetic field?

Answer. The drifting of free electrons of a conductor in definite direction causes the current to flow through it. When such a conductor is placed in a uniform magnetic field each drifted electron of conductor experience a magnetic force. this magnetic force is collectively experienced by the conductor as whole.

Why does a current carrying conductor kept in magnetic field?

A current carrying conductor produces a magnetic field around it which interacts with the magnetic field in which it is held. Thus, it experiences a force. Direction of this force depends upon the direction of current and the magnetic field.

On what factors the strength and direction of the magnetic field around a current carrying conductor depends on?

Magnetic field due to a current-carrying conductor depends on the current in the conductor and distance of the point from the conductor. The direction of the magnetic field is perpendicular to the wire.

What does the direction of the magnetic field depends on?

The magnetic field is strongest in the area closest to the wire, and its direction depends upon the direction of the current that produces the field, as illustrated in this interactive animation. Presented in the tutorial is a straight wire with a current flowing through it.

Why electric field outside a current carrying conductor is zero?

if u put a positive charge in any medium then there would be electric filed lines in that medium starting from +ve charge to -ve charge. so current carrying wire doesn’t produce electric field because wire is basically neutral (balanced)…the charges which are responsible for current is flowing.

Does current produce magnetic field?

Electric current produces a magnetic field. This magnetic field can be visualized as a pattern of circular field lines surrounding a wire. One way to explore the direction of a magnetic field is with a compass, as shown by a long straight current-carrying wire in.