# Solenoid (Electromagnetic) Force Calculator

The solenoid calculator can be used to calculate solenoid electromagnetic force by filling in requested fields. Enter the *current, area, number of turns,* and *length* to calculate the solenoid electromagnetic force using the electromagnet force calculator.

## Solenoid Coil

### To calculate Solenoid Coil Electromagnetic Force:

## What is a solenoid?

A solenoid is a long loop of wire wrapped along with a metallic core, which produces a uniform magnetic field when an electric current is passed. It uses the magnetic field created by an electric current to create linear motion.

## What is electromagnetic force?

The electromagnetic force is a fundamental force of nature and this force is carried by electromagnetic fields. It is composed of magnetic fields and electric filed and causes electromagnetic radiation.

The electromagnetic force in a solenoid can be calculated using the electromagnet calculator** **above.

## Solenoid electromagnetic force formula

The formula of electromagnetic force in a solenoid can be carved as:

**F = (N × I)**^{2}**μ**_{0}** A / (2 g**^{2}**)**

Where,

** F** represents the force,

** μ_{0}** is magnetic constant with the value of

*4 × π × 10*^{-7},** N** is the number of turns,

** A** refers to the area,

** I** refers to the current, and

** g** is the distance between the solenoid and a piece of metal.

The electromagnetic force calculator** **above uses the same formula to find the solenoid electromagnetic force.

## How to find solenoid electromagnetic force?

Using the** **solenoid force calculator** **is the best and simplest way to calculate solenoid electromagnetic force. If you want to learn the manual process, follow the below steps.

- Identify and write down the values.
- Write down the solenoid force equation and place the values.
- Solve the equation for the value of

**Example:**

Find the electromagnetic force in a solenoid having ** 12** number of turns,

**current, with an area of**

*3 A***and distance of**

*5 m*^{2}

*2 m.***Solution:**

**Step 1: **Write down the values.

*N = 12*

*I = 3 A*

*A = 5 m*

*g = 2 m*

**μ**_{0}** = ***4 × π × 10 ^{-7}*

**Step 2: **Use the solenoid electromagnetic force equation and place the values.

*F = (N × I)*^{2}*μ*_{0}* A / (2 g*^{2}*)*

*F = (12 × 3)*^{2 }*4 × π × 10 ^{-7}×*

*5 / (2 × 2*

^{2}

*)**F = (1296 **× 4 × 3.1415 × 10 ^{-7}*

*× 5) / 8**F = 0.0010 N*

The electromagnet strength calculator** **performs all of the above steps. The only difference is, it does it merely in a secondJ.

### References:

- What is Solenoid by electronics-tutorials.ws