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The electromagnet is basically a coil of wire?

by:Transmart     2020-10-06
Through dimension analysis model qualitatively explain the critical transition field geometry dependent and balance of the vortex separation on the field of linear response. 1 j85 core this is a result of the competition between zeeman can and static magnetic energy. Through dimension analysis model qualitatively explain the critical transition field geometry dependent and balance of the vortex separation on the field of linear response. This is a result of the zeeman competition between can and static magnetic energy. Through dimension analysis model qualitatively explain the critical transition field geometry dependent and balance of the vortex separation on the field of linear response. Now, we know from the previous tutorial straight current-carrying conductor in along its length and direction of rotation of the magnetic field through a conductor, depends on the direction of current flow a lot of points to produce their own annular magnetic field around the left hand rule. In a book on electromagnetism tutorial, we see that if the conductor bent into a single loop, loop, current will flow in the opposite direction to produce a clockwise and counterclockwise direction magnetic field. The electromagnet by a few each loop has a magnetic together to produce a single coil using the main body. The electromagnet is basically coils of wire, when an electric current passes through the coil, the behavior is like a bar magnet, with prominent South Pole. Each coil ring produced by static magnetic field and its neighbors together, the combined magnetic field together, just like we are in a tutorial to see single ring in the center of the coil. Produced by the static magnetic field in the end, on the other side of the Antarctic, therefore is uniform, and in the center of the coil is much stronger than the magnetic field around.
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