I have heard that applying a strong magnetic field to diesel fuel can positively affect the filtering out of microbial contamination. Assuming that is true:
I thought it would be simple to wrap a steel pipe with insulated copper wire (I used a 1" pipe, 4" long, with 1 mm2 copper wire, maybe 30 feet.).
I applied a 24 V, 5 A current to it, but did not observe any magnetization whatsoever.
The goal is to apply a strong magnetic field to the liquid in the pipe. So ultimately what is the best way to do that?
But also if MY method is flawed (which it clearly is.) what variable(s) should I change? I can increase the current, but past 5 amperes makes it a bit too much of a power suck to be practical in my application.