# Magnetic Stiffness Calculation for the Corresponding Force between Two Current-Carrying Circular Filaments Arbitrarily Oriented in the Space

```@article{Poletkin2022MagneticSC,
title={Magnetic Stiffness Calculation for the Corresponding Force between Two Current-Carrying Circular Filaments Arbitrarily Oriented in the Space},
author={Kirill V. Poletkin and Slobodan Babic},
journal={SSRN Electronic Journal},
year={2022}
}```
• Published 12 January 2022
• Engineering
• SSRN Electronic Journal

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