Any time an electric current flows through a conductor, a magnetic field will appear around the conductor. A changing current, and alternating current (AC), will produce a changing electromagnetic field around the conductor. If this field passes through another conductor, if it "sweeps" that other conductor, the magnetic field will induce a voltage in that conductor, and this is magnetic induction. Devices that apply this principle can be called magnetic induction units. A transformer is a good example.
by galleon30000 5 years ago
Why isn't there more discussion in school about Nikola Tesla ?
by MANISH PAJIYAR 8 years ago
what is difference between ac and dchow dc is converted in to ac
by janesix 3 years ago
Rupert Sheldrake proposes that order and complexity in the universe is controlled by "morphic fields", which are akin to magnetic or electric fields. They control everything from biological systems, to ant colonies to the formation of galaxies. For instance, there is a morphic field that...
by Rob Welsh 6 years ago
Magnetic Induction - wireless systems, what are they?What is so unique about these dynamic techniques of energy transference?
by poleflux 3 years ago
Could Mercury and the Earth's magnetic field be connected to each other?Could planet Mercury's magnetic field coupled with the Earths magnetic field be the true source of the dynamo mystery?
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