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Surface Magnetism Field

Surface Magnetism Field Surface magnetism refers to the magnetic induction intensity at a certain point on the surface of the magnet, and the unit is Gauss Gs or Tesla T (1T=10000Gs). The surface magnetism at different positions on the surface of the magnet is not the same. Generally speaking, "surface magnetism" refers to the center [...]

Magnetic Moment

Magnetic Moment The generation of the magnetic field can be divided into two aspects: one is based on the moving current (electromagnetic induction), and the other is based on the spin of the basic particles of matter. The first is the magnetic effect of current that we are more familiar with, which is the magnetic [...]

How inductive sensors work

How inductive sensors work Inductive sensors are often used to measure position or velocity, especially in harsh environments. The terminology and technology of inductive position sensors can be confusing for many engineers. In this article, the various types of inductive sensors are explained, how they work, and their respective strengths and weaknesses. Inductive position and [...]

Efficient use of weak magnetic energy, new collectors help IoT sensors “self-generate”

Efficient use of weak magnetic energy, new collectors help IoT sensors "self-generate" CHINA's "dual-carbon" strategy advocates a green, environmentally friendly, and low-carbon lifestyle, which depends on the continuous development and innovation of green energy technologies. At the moment when our country is vigorously developing renewable energy, the recovery and reuse of micro-energy such as magnetic [...]

Why do magnets only attract iron?

Gold, silver, copper, and iron are all metals. Why do magnets only attract iron? It is a well-known phenomenon that a magnet will attract iron. I believe that everyone has tried to use a magnet to approach other metals to see if the magnet can attract them. However, the "experimental results" are often disappointing. Because [...]

Introduction to the principle of magnet power generation

Introduction to the principle of magnet power generation, Free electrons in a conductor are subject to the Lorentz force According to the law of conservation of energy, energy cannot be generated without reason, nor can it disappear without reason. The electric energy generated by magnets must come from other forms of energy. Physics tells us: [...]

Do Microphones Need Magnetism To Work Properly?

Do Microphones Need Magnetism To Work Properly? Magnets and microphones play huge roles in our everyday lives. You may have read somewhere that magnets play a central role in microphones. Is this true? Do Microphones Need Magnetism To Work Properly? Dynamic mics (moving-coil and ribbon) convert energy via electromagnetic induction and have built-in magnets around [...]

Why & How Do Headphones Use Magnets?

Why & How Do Headphones Use Magnets? Magnetic materials and magnetic fields are all around us, but it may come as a surprise to you that the headphones you’re wearing have magnets, too! Why & How Do Headphones Use Magnets? Headphones act as transducers of energy, converting electrical energy (audio signal) into mechanical wave energy [...]

Hands-on Electromagnetic Experiments and Electromagnet FAQ

Can't get enough of hands-on electromagnetic experiments? We have some more ideas for you to try: What is the magnetic power of a single coil wrapped around a nail? Of 10 turns of wire? Of 100 turns? Experiment with different numbers of turns and see what happens. One way to measure and compare a magnet's [...]

Electromagnets All Around Us

Electromagnets All Around Us Many electromagnets have an advantage over permanent magnets because they can be easily turned on and off, and increasing or decreasing the amount of electricity flowing around the core can control their strength. Modern technology relies heavily on electromagnets to store information using magnetic recording devices. When you save data to [...]

The History of Electromagnets

The History of Electromagnets The relationship between electricity and magnetism wasn’t thoroughly studied until 1873 when physicist James Maxwell observed the interaction between positive and negative electrical charges. Through continued experimentation, Maxwell determined that these charges can attract or repel each other based on their orientation. He was also the first to discover that magnets [...]

Before 1800 History of Magnetism and Electricity

Before 1800 History of Magnetism and Electricity 600 BC - Lodestone The magnetic properties of natural ferric ferrite (Fe3O4) stones (lodestones) were described by Greek philosophers. 600 BC - Electric Charge Amber is a yellowish, translucent mineral. As early as 600 BC the Greek philosopher, Aristophanes was aware of its peculiar property: when rubbed with [...]

Electromagnetic Induction

Electromagnetic Induction While Oersted’s surprising discovery of electromagnetism paved the way for more practical applications of electricity, it was Michael Faraday who gave us the key to the practical generation of electricity: electromagnetic induction. Faraday discovered that a voltage would be generated across a length of wire if that wire was exposed to a perpendicular [...]

Synchronous Generators

Synchronous Generators Definition: The synchronous generator or alternator is an electrical machine which converts the mechanical power from a prime mover into an AC electrical power at a particular voltage and frequency. The synchronous motor always runs at the constant speed called synchronous speed. Synchronous Generators Working Principle of Synchronous Generator The synchronous [...]

Application Classification of Rare Earth Permanent Magnet

Rare Earth Permanent Magnet Application Classification based on Operation Principle Rare earth permanent magnet can be classified into five types according to its operational principle, includes Lorentz Force Effect, Ampere’s Circuital Law, Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction, Coulomb’s Law for Magnetism and other magnetic effects. Actually, each operational principle has extremely widespread application area. Lorentz Force [...]

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