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Calculation of force and torque between two arbitrarily oriented circular filaments using Kalantarov-Zeitlin's method

  title={Calculation of force and torque between two arbitrarily oriented circular filaments using Kalantarov-Zeitlin's method},
  author={K. Poletkin},
In this article, formulas for calculation of force and torque between two circular filaments arbitrarily oriented in space were derived by using Kalantarov-Zeitlin’s method. Formulas are presented in an analytical form through integral expressions, whose kernel function is expressed in terms of the elliptic integrals of the first and second kinds, and provide an alternative formulation to Babič’s expressions. The derived new formulas were validated via comparison with a series of reference… Expand

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