I'm wanting to know the force between two wires carrying current but I think I did something wrong when I calculated it. Here is my working. I got a value of 0.0021365 ohms for both wires from http://chemandy.com/calculators/round-wire-resistance-calculator.htm 1000 volts pass through the wires. V=IR so I=V/R which is 1000/0.0021365 = 468055.2305 amps. Is this right? Magnetic field strength at distance r, where r = 0.01 is B=μ0I/2πr, which is 4π*10^-7*468055.2305/2π*0.01 which equals 9.3611046 tesla. is this right? Force between the wires is F=BIL where B is 9.3611046 tesla, I is 468055.2305 amps and L equals the length of wire = 0.01 this equals 43815.13971 Newtons. Is this correct? I've checked a few times on my calculator but I still don't believe how large the force is.