Stray capacitances in the watt balance operation: electrostatic forces

@article{Quagliotti2014StrayCI,
  title={Stray capacitances in the watt balance operation: electrostatic forces},
  author={Danilo Quagliotti and G Mana},
  journal={Metrologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={51},
  pages={S72 - S79}
}
In a watt balance, stray capacitances exist between the coil and the magnet. Since the electric current flowing in the coil creates a difference in electric potentials between the coil and magnet, their electrostatic interactions must be taken into account. This paper reports the results of a finite element analysis of the forces acting on the coil. 
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