For the last 2 years, I have been publishing theoretical and experimental studies showing inconsistencies of the Lorentz force law due to violation of Newton’s third law. I proposed a corrected magnetic force law to express magnetic force behavior that the Lorentz force cannot explain.
Since the corrected magnetic force law gives the same value for the total magnetic force between 2 coils as the Lorentz force law but in addition respects Newton’s third law for current elements, I thought that it described correctly magnetic force and tried to prove this by experiment. I planned 2 experiments to show firstly that the force between perpendicular currents was zero and secondly the magnetic force tangential to current is not zero.
But against my expectation, the first experiment was a blatant Fail of the perpendicular action experiment. The experiment showed that the magnetic force between perpendicular current elements, the perpendicular action, existed.
Obviously something is missing in my law. I have been searching for this something during the whole last year and finally figured out how magnetic force arises between perpendicular currents while respecting Newton’s third law. So I have redone this experiment and taken it in video.
Please read the article at
Perpendicular action experiment with a long rectangular coil http://pengkuanem.blogspot.com/2014/03/perpendicular-action-experiment-with.html
or Document word with the video integrated https://www.academia.edu/6556384/Perpendicular_action_experiment_with_a_long_rectangular_coil