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Reluctance of torus shaped iron core with embedded wire loop [migrated]

Imagine a circular wire loop (r = 50mm), the wire has an assumed diameter of zero, which is embedded in a torus shaped iron core with a circular cross-section of R = 10mm. A current in that loop ...
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Working of a field focusing element

I saw a setup of wireless power transfer and it used something called "magnetic field focusing element". Its placed in between the transmitter and receiver coil to increase the flow of flux into ...
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How does the shape of the coil relate to the magnetic field around it?

I want to know if the shape of the coil affects the path of the magnetic fields around it. The two different shapes that I have are Helical coil and a spiral coil (in a plane).
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Help building electric generator? [closed]

I am in the process of building an electric generator for the first time, and I have found out most of what I need to do, except the following things. Can I have 2 rows of magnets linked together ...
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Increasing the surface area of an electro magnet

I am trying to design an electro magnet with a large surface area at the end. The first design used a 1/4" rod wound with magnet wire resulting in about 10 ohms of resistance driven with 12 V. This ...
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131 views

How to design a magnetic vibrator?

I plan to create a magnetic vibrator to shake a small container. What I plan is to buy Two "Magnet Wire 14 AWG Gauge Enameled Copper 1.5lb 118ft 200C Magnetic Coil Winding" a custom made container ...
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How to detect non magnetic material?

I want to design a paintball counter. I have a metallic or plastic tube through which a paint ball passes. How can I detect that the ball passed? What kind of sensors do I need? I cannot see the ...
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My DIY solenoid does not work

DESCRIPTION: Hi there, I don't know lot about electricity and I`m having problems with my first solenoid-prototype, I tried to build it watching you tube videos. I have attached the pictures of the ...
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74 views

When -EMF is induced can we keep current the same?

I'm confused at how Back EMF or (-V, -EMF) reduces current, and conserving the overall power. Let use the following simple example to help my understanding: A solenoid produces a magnetic field B, it ...
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129 views

How internal capacitor stud finders work?

I don't understand how can a non magnetic object like wood be detected using a stud finder For instance, stud finders find wood from dielectric constance, but I don't understand the princible. The ...
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Back EMF and opposing current of a super conductor?

A 5 meter long super conductor carries 100 Amps, and it passes through a 1 Tesla magnetic field at 0.010 seconds, Is EMF = - (BL) / (t)? And since the resistance of the super conducting wire is zero, ...
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92 views

Powerful electromagnet?

Is it possible to produce over 1000 lb of magnetic force over a distance of 4 inches(0.101 meters), using an electromagnet? How difficult would it be? Explaining the general spec's of such an ...
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Resources for ferromagnetics

I am looking for experimental data on the experimental strength of magnetic fields inside ferromagnetic materials. Here is what I mean. If all of the magnetic moments of the molecules are aligned in ...
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Curie temperature

Does a ferrite core (or other material) have their magnetic characteristics changed when they reach curie temperature and goes below it (considering it does not suffer any mechanical damage from that) ...
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What is the difference between the magnetic H field and the B field?

Wikipedia provides a mathematical explanation. Can I get the intuitive one? I'd like to, for example, understand a ferrite datasheet. These usually have graphs of H vs B, and the definition of ...
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Homebuilt magnetic tape head

I have seen a lot of projects that use a tape head, but there is very less information about how to build one yourself. Is this possible? I know that basically it is a metal core, with a coil around ...
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109 views

Magnetic Equivalent Circuit

Is this correct magnetic equivalent circuit for this electromagnet system ? simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab And i am trying to solve it like this example, ...
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Electro-magnetism. What's it all about anyway? [closed]

Ok, so am new to electronics. I've been looking up various thing like basic theory, schematics, circuit components, logic gates, and the rest. So all of that (on an extremely basic level anyway), I ...
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What mechanism happens inside an inductor from the point when potential difference is applied?

What happens when a potential difference is applied across an inductor? I am trying to get a picture of mechanism from start, just after potential difference is applied in detail? In resistor we can ...
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Ground plane and magnets

I am making a wheel encoder out of a Hall Effect sensor with magnets in a concentric circle on the wheel. The Hall effect sensor is on a 2-layer 9x5mm pcb. I usually fill in the layers by drawing a ...
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Electromagnet duty cycle

I have a project where I would like to use an electromagnet to lift an item for a longer period of time. I was looking at a magnet like this one: ...
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1answer
109 views

Electromagnet interference with motorcycle

I just got a sport bike which the frame is aluminum the engine is aluminum the swing arm as well. Basically this bike is made up of mainly aluminum and plastics with very little steel or any other ...
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534 views

Amperian loop to measure solenoid's magnetic field

My textbook proves the formula \$B =\mu_0In \$ for a solenoid by taking a rectangular Amperian loop as shown here: The problem I see with this though is that it only takes into account the ...
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461 views

magnetic field outside solenoid

It is written in our course book that the magnetic field outside a solenoid is negligible and almost zero. Why is it negligible? Is it negligible compared to the field inside solenoid or is it nearly ...
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Differences between a planar coil and coplanar waveguide to create a local 1D AC magnetic field

Coplanar waveguides (for example picture look here) are often used in research to create a local in-plane magnetic field. Now if compared to a planar microcoil like this, driven by a AC voltage in ...
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How to convert a three wire hall effect sensor to a 2 wire sensor?

Would there be any possibility to convert a three-wire hallsensor to a 2-wire equivalent. The connections are a V+, GDD and OUT. The voltage between V+ & GDD would be 24V and the OUT port would ...
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Automobile ignition coil (spark coil)

Question: How is this possible to get 1:1000 electric potential scale while primary/secondary loop scale is only about 1:100?
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Controlling temperature of a water bath with induction plate

I am thinking of building a sous-vide cooker using some kind of prebuild heater, controled via an AVR and temperature sensor like the LM35. There are a lot of references around using rice cookers, ...
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376 views

Building a coil for galvo motor

I'm building myown galvo motors and for that I need some coils that I'll have to build myself to fit into the dimensions I need. Is there any technique for winding the wire or is it just straight ...
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348 views

Sending data over a magnetic field

I need to find a way to trigger this Hall Effect Sensor with a non-permanent magnet. Does anyone know if an inductor's magnetic field would be strong enough? Or am I going to have to build an ...
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135 views

Fine-grained sensing of distance between two permanent magnets

(disclaimer: bit of an electronics newbie here) I have a bunch of little magnet ball-bearings that I was playing around with the other day. I formed them into a strand, then fixed both ends leaving ...
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Using the audio input port as a voltmeter

I'm a physics undergraduate currently studying electromagnetism. I have no experience at all with playing with electronics. I'm trying to see the effect of a changing magnetic field on a closed ...
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446 views

Do diamagnetic material exhibit induction?

Silly question perhaps, but do metals with the property of diamagnetism also exhibit inductance? Would a fluctuating magnetic field induce a current in a diamagnetic metal?