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Author Topic: The magnetic field of the neutral zone  (Read 3751 times)

Offline andrei_62

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The magnetic field of the neutral zone
« on: April 25, 2015, 02:14:05 PM »
The magnetic field of the neutral zone - The emergence of electric current in the conducting loop, moving in a magnetic field of the neutral zone.

  In the center of the copper coil inserting a sharp iron core. Touching the tip of the core center of the neutral zone of the magnetic cubes bipolar magnet with axial magnetization and reciprocating motion without air gap parallel to the internal lines of force of the magnet, about 1/10 of the area of ​​the neutral zone - an electric current. (The physical picture of the current occurrence is not defined).
   When you zoom in and out of the neutral zone of the permanent magnet to the iron core copper coil - current appears negligible.
   In the center of the copper coil insert an iron core and a neutral zone cube perpendicular to the magnetic iron core with a fixed air gap commit linear motion to zoom in and out of the magnetic cubes. (Consider the picture of the appearance of the current at constant iron). Obtain a mechanical approach and removal of the main opposite poles - one current direction in the plane of the neutral zone - current in the opposite direction that occurs relatively evenly over the entire length of the neutral zone parallel to the internal lines of force of the magnet.
   The same actions without the iron core - a picture of the physical properties of the magnet is the same.

Getting an electric current.
 
    For comparison of electrical current to the copper coil with an iron core will establish a rotating circular platform with electric drive, and alternately compare the impact of the main pole and the neutral zone, setting the magnetic cube on a platform with a fixed air gap between the magnet and the iron core copper coil. In the neutral zone is slightly higher voltage slightly lower current.

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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: The magnetic field of the neutral zone
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2015, 10:27:23 PM »
I'm a little unclear about what you are referring to as the "neutral zone".

Is this what you mean? I've drawn a simple diagram of a magnetic cube, axially magnetized (left to right in the drawing)
the green line indicates the "neutral zone".

If this is incorrect, please clarify


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Re: The magnetic field of the neutral zone
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2015, 06:54:10 PM »
sm0ky2, Yes, you understood correctly. Full version of the work here: http://library.by/portalus/modules/different/readme.php?archive=&id=1394472835&start_from=&subaction=showfull&ucat=6
 I apologize for the translation.

 

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