# How does the number of turns affect a coils magnetic field?

**number of turns**, higher the length and thus the amount of current carrying

**coil**material in use is higher and thus higher the

**magnetic field**due to increased amount of current flowing through the solenoid as a result of the increased

**number of turns**.

Besides, how does the number of coils affect the strength of a magnetic field?

The **strength** of the electromagnet depends on **how many coils** you wrap round and how high the voltage is. N Increasing the **number of coils**, which adds more **field** lines and makes the electromagnet stronger. This is the **magnetic field** around a piece of wire, compared to a **magnetic field** on a loop or solenoid it is weak.

**coil**makes the magnet strong enough to attract objects. The

**strength of an electromagnet**can be increased by increasing the

**number**of loops of

**wire**around the iron core and by increasing the current or voltage.

Similarly, it is asked, what happens if you increase the number of turns in the coil?

**If you** add the **turns** to the middle, then **you** make the field stronger there. Adding more **turns in the coil** can also **increase** the total resistance of the wire. **If you**'re powering the magnet with a constant voltage source (like a battery), the current will be inversely proportional to the resistance in the wire.

**Three Ways to Make an Electromagnet Stronger**

- Law of Induction.
- Increase Winding Count.
- Reduce Resistance. Another way of increasing the current is to reduce the resistance.
- Increase Voltage. Another way of increasing the current is to use a higher electromotive force, or voltage.
- Switch From AC to DC.