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  • Types of Magnets

Types of Magnets

Types of Magnets Magnets are common in normal life, and almost everyone knows about them. In particular, magnets are known as those materials that have the property of attracting and repelling certain metal materials, such as iron and nickel. However, this is not always the case. Magnets can sometimes lose their magnetic property and thus [...]

  • Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector

Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector

Using A Magnet As An Electrical Current Detector An Electric Current Produces A Magnetic Field. You Can Take Advantage Of The Fact To Generate A Simple Apparatus To Check The Electrical Conductivity Of Different Materials, Including Both Solids And Fluids. The Detector Is Composed Of A Coil Of Cable, Using A Magnetic Compass Within It. [...]

  • Special Magnetic Grate & Tube

Special Magnetic Grate & Tube

Special Magnetic Grate & Tube Magnetic Grate 11,000 Gauss, 410mm x 300mm Customer Return, did not fit during installation so not used in production. This Magnetic Grate is 410mm long and 300mm wide. It consists of 6 of our stock 25mm dia x 400mm long rare earth magnetic tubes with a simple screwed together construction. [...]

  • radiation (multi-pole) magnetic ring sintered NdFeB

What are the advantages of a radiation (multi-pole) magnetic ring sintered NdFeB

What are the advantages of a radiation (multi-pole) magnetic ring sintered NdFeB The output of sintered NdFeB magnets in China has exceeded 80% of the world's total output. Permanent magnet motors are an important field for the application of rare earth permanent magnets. In recent years, with the development of permanent magnet motor design and [...]

  • MAGNETIC POLES

MAGNETIC POLES

MAGNETIC POLES The magnetic force surrounding a magnet is not uniform. There exists a great concentration of force at each end of the magnet and a very weak force at the center. Proof of this fact can be obtained by dipping a magnet into iron filings (fig. 1-8). It is found that many filings will [...]

By |March 31st, 2018|Magnetic Field, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Pole, Magnetic Science, Magnetic Technology, Magnetism|Comments Off on MAGNETIC POLES
  • Magnetic Field on Earth

Magnetic Field on Earth

Magnetic Field on Earth Earth has a magnetic field. If you imagine a gigantic bar magnet inside of Earth, you'll have a pretty good idea what Earth's magnetic field is shaped like. Of course, Earth DOESN'T have a giant bar magnet inside it; instead, our planet's magnetic field is made by swirling motions of molten [...]

By |March 23rd, 2018|Magnetic Field, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Magnetic Pole, Magnetic Science|Comments Off on Magnetic Field on Earth
  • North Magnetic Pole

North Magnetic Pole

North Magnetic Pole - "Magnetic North" redirects here. For other uses, see Magnetic North (disambiguation). The North Magnetic Pole is the wandering point on the surface of Earth's Northern Hemisphere at which the planet's magnetic field points vertically downwards (in other words, if a magnetic compass needle is allowed to rotate about a horizontal axis, [...]

By |March 21st, 2018|Magnetic Field, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Magnetic Pole, Magnetic Science, Magnetic Technology|Comments Off on North Magnetic Pole
  • Magnetic Reversals poles hift

Magnetic Reversals

Magnetic Reversals - Scientists tell us that our magnetic poles have reversed in the past, and that they will again. The last one occurred 780,000 years ago. The average time period between reversals is 450,000 years, but there isn’t really any pattern, it is random. We are overdue by average only. Scientists don’t really know [...]

By |March 5th, 2018|Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Magnetic Pole, Magnetic Science|Comments Off on Magnetic Reversals
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