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Consider two non parallel wires each carrying a current which located at one plane surface.
According to electromagnetic theory, the forces between two straight and solid wires mentioned can be estimated as follow:F= i . (L x B)
Where the "F" is force vector that applied to each wire and "L" and "B" are current path vector and flux density vector respectively. Also "i" is amount of current and "x" is vector multiply symbol.Therfore the vector of forces are perpendicular to "L" or wires body.
Whereas two wires are not parallel, generally that mentioned forces which applied to wires can not be parallel. As you see we have two piece of material that apply two mutual forces to each other which are not alien and this is inconsistent with Newton's third law seemingly.What is your opinion?
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