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Have you ever seen an electromagnetic chain? Its a series of electric and magnetic toroid cores linked in the form of a chain transferring power from electricity to magnetism and back again as it works it way along the device. Its a great hands-on illustration of Maxwell's equations as well as an illustration of transformer action taken to extremes.
Have you ever seen a magnetic amplifier? It uses nothing other than magnetic saturation to control a high power load using low power inputs, a technology that was used before we had high power semiconductors. And on top of that, we can also use the same setup to demonstrate the principles behind magnetic core memory which was used in early computers.
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What kind of experiment do you think is appropriate to be posted here?
Quote from: hamdani yusuf on 23/05/2023 08:58:04What kind of experiment do you think is appropriate to be posted here?"Discussion of science experiments on the show or to do at home"
With few incidents, I think I made what is called a BFO metal detector, which actually works very well over a large distance. By: Mehdi Sadaghdar0:00 Wrong Way of Detecting Metal1:48 Theory Behind How Metals Effect Inductance6:10 More Fake and Real Metal Detector Video Tutorials7:32 Designing a ?Simple? Metal Detector Circuit15:48 Testing the DIY Metal Detector Circuit
In the Videos which you Create...Is TNS ever mentioned or referred to?Like say, what if Someone watches your Video & would Like to have a long lengthy sensible discussion on the Topic/Subject.By the way, are General Members of the Forum even Allowed to mention TNS on Other places.Do you Know?
I've finished editing a new video investigating magnetic coupling. This time, the secondary coil is twisted to form an 8 figure. The effects of a ferrite rod are also shown by inserting it to the primary coil, as well as the secondary coil.