Analyze all forces (electrical and magnetic) acting upon the coil in the following picture. List all the variables needed and give the formula for calculating each force.
Inductor_Symbols.jpg

Analyze all forces (electrical and magnetic) acting upon the coil in the following picture. List all the variables needed and give the formula for calculating each force.
Inductor_Symbols.jpg
Note that this is a 3D cylindrical coil.
There might be different possible situations. Discuss them all.
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Okay I might have phrased this in a way that sounds like a homework problem but it's not. I'm just curious about how everything actually works in here.
For the most obvious, the coil has N pole to the left and S to the right which basically means it will get a magnetic force from the S on the left attracting it and the S on the right repelling it.
Then there's electricity current in a magnetic field caused by the two S poles. So if we look at a crosssection of the coil we would see something like this (from right to left):
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For each point on a loop of the coil there's a electromagnetic force to the left.
Apart from these forces I'm not sure of any others. I want to know exactly how every force is going to act.
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