Classical Physics

   

Force Between Two Parallel Current Wires and Newton’s Third Law

Authors: Yannan Yang

In this paper, the essence of the interaction between two parallel current wires is analyzed. During the analysis we found that if the interaction is originated from the resultant Lorentz force of the charge carriers in the currents, the Newton’s third law will be violated in this system. However, if the essence of the interaction of the two current wires is considered as the attraction or repulsion of the two circular magnetic fields created by each current, the trouble of violating Newton’s third law can be avoided.

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[v1] 2017-12-17 11:28:49

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