Can electricity produce a magnetic field?
Yes. E=cB = zH = czD.
The two constants that relate electricity and magnetism are c the speed of light and z the "free space impedance and "Quantum" Constant, z=W/C = h/C2 = 375 Ohms. W is 500 atto Webers and C is4/3 atto Coulombs.
No. Static electricity will not produce a magnetic field. A magnetic field is basically caused by moving charges, i.e., by a current, by electrons orbiting their atom, etc.
I think it will produce electricity.
You coil a wire and pass it through a magnetic field you will produce electricity.
Stationary charge don't produce a magnetic field. because it has no velocity in it, without flow of electron we can't find electricity and for that we have no magnetic field for a stationary charge. It produce only electric field.
Oersted first showed that electricity can produce a magnetic field. While experimenting with electricity Oersted noticed that the compass needle moved indicating the production of a magnetic field.
When a motor turns, it creates a magnetic field. A magnetic field can also produce an electrical field. This power can be used to produce electricity.
Faraday showed that a wire passing through a magnetic field will produce electricity. This is how a generator works. Many windings of wire on an armature spin in a magnetic field. This makes electricity.
As a generator rotates it passes coils of wire through magnetic fields which produce electricity measured in volts. Any time a conductor passes through a magnetic field you get voltage. The trick is to get enough speed, wire, and magnetic field to produce enough electricity to be useful.
It is the movement of a conductor (for example a loop of copper wire) in a magnetic field that produces electricity. This was investigated first by Michael Faraday, and is the principle of all electricity generators form small to large.
If a conductor moves in an magnetic field, a voltage is induced.
Any material that can conduct electricity can produce a magnetic field. The brain uses tinny amounts of electricity to move messages around itself so the brain produces a very small magnetic field that Medical Doctors using very sensitive equipment may be able to detect
That is the way our Universe works. Electricity and magnetism are different aspects of the same force.
Wizardry and magic. answ2. But really, moving a conductor through a magnetic field will produce an electron flow in the wire coil. (And inversely, the flow of electrons in a circuit will produce a magnetic field.)
A magnetic field always create current (electricity) in surrounding objects. Currents always produce a magnetic field around it. The study of magnets & electric charges is called electromagnetism.
Electricity is the movement of charges (usually electrons), and any time charged particles move, a magnetic field is created about (around) their path of travel. It's a fundamental tenant of physics. Just like all things with mass have gravity associated with them. Any moving charges (current) will produce a magnetic field about their path of travel because they can not move without creating that magnetic field.
A wire moving in a magnetic field will automatically produce an emf (a voltage).
No, the energy comes from the movement. In a generator, mechanical energy has to be done to keep the magnet moving: the electricity induced in the coils will produce a magnetic field that opposes the direction of movement. No, the energy comes from the movement. In a generator, mechanical energy has to be done to keep the magnet moving: the electricity induced in the coils will produce a magnetic field that opposes the direction of… Read More
The main reason for both being related is: A flowing current can produce a magnetic field , and an electric current can be induced using magnetic field
The effect used to generate electricity is that, if a wire is moved through a magnetic field, a voltage is generated.
A time-varying magnetic field can be used to induce a current in an inductor
A turbine is most commonly connected to a generator to produce electricity. The turbine may be turned by water falling into it, and a generator produces electricity by turning through a magnetic field.
A moving electric charge will produce a magnetic field. A moving electric charge will produce a magnetic field. A moving electric charge will produce a magnetic field. A moving electric charge will produce a magnetic field.
ANSWER yes. When it moves it induces EMF in metals, laser beams, gravity field and other magnetic fields. Move as in expand and contract or as in moving the EMF generator.
A magnet has a magnetic field associated with it. The field could be said to "stand around" the magnet. If this field is "swept" across a conductor, the moving magnetic field will induce a voltage in the conductor. And, if conditions permit it, a current will flow in response to the "pressure" of the induced voltage. This is the principle of electromagnetic induction, and it is what causes a magnet to produce electricity in a… Read More
If a conductor moves in a magnetic field, a voltage will be induced. This can be tapped to get an electrical current.
It is just one of the properties of matter that when an electric current passes through a conductor a magnetic field is formed around the conductor. Why this happens I don't think anyone knows.
Maxwell described that electricity and magnetism cannot be separated. If you examine maxwell's equations you can see that a moving electric charge will produce an electric field. You can also see that a magnetic field that changes in time can produce an electric field. Maxwell also predicted that an electric and magnetic field can propagate infinitely together- this is called a wave (otherwise known as light, x-rays, microwaves, etc...).
A motor uses electricity and a magnetic field to provide mechanical energy.
The magnetic field must change - a static electric field won't produce electricity. Also, there must be some conductor through which the electricity can actually flow. The point is that the field must change relative to the conductor, in most cases it is the conductor that is moved through a static magnetic field. This was first found by Faraday, more or less by chance I think, but it has now become the basis for all… Read More
It doesn produce electricity. It uses electricity and shows magnetic properties.
What the characteristics of the magnetic field produce by flowing current?
They are opposite "sides" of the electromagnetic force. A moving magnetic field produces electricity and a moving electric field produces magnetism. Should both move alternately they produce electromagnetic radiation.
Yes. A steady current will produce a magnetic field, B= uI/r
The shape of the magnet is unimportant. Any moving magnet can induce a voltage in a wire. Or any changing magnetic field. If the magnet rotates, its magnetic field will change, so yes.
magnet will not produce electricity due to electro magnetic induction conductor is producing electricity
Electricity is created by a rotating magnetic field captured by a coil. The flow of electrons creates a magnetic field.
Free electrons, or other charged ions will be affected by a magnetic field, and will no longer travel in straight lines. But electricity in a wire can pass through a magnetic field.
All electric currents create a magnetic field.
Yes, by moving the conductors through the magnetic field.
The movement of electricity (electrons) along a wire causes a magnetic field. The movement of a wire in a magnetic field causes movement of electrons along the wire (electricity).
There are several relationships between electricity and magnetism; one of them is that a wire (or any conductor, for that matter) moving in a magnetic field will have an electric potential (voltage).
Yes; any current produces a magnetic field, an AC current will produce an alternating magnetic field. If the current (and therefore the magnetic field) changes quickly, you may not be able to detect it with a compass needle, for example.
A magnetic field can produce an electric field because the magnetic field and electric field are related by two constants the speed of light c and the free space impedance z: E= cB = zH = zcD.
When a change occurs within a magnetic field there is an an electrical current present within a wire. As the electricity flows through the wire a magnetic field. The changing magnetic field creates a magnetic field. As this pattern continues these two fields induce each other through space.
It just does. Electricity and magnetism turns out to be two sides of the same force, called electromagnetism, and either easily converts to the other. When you change the electric current through a material (or accelerate a charged particle), you get a magnetic field as a side effect. We use this to make electromagnets. When you change a magnetic field, you get an electric field as a side effect. We use this to make electricity… Read More
Magnetism relates to electricity because they both have to do with moving charge. Also if you have a magnet you can produce a current through induction and if you have a current, there is a magnetic field surrounding the current. So magnetism and electricity are somewhat intertwined.
A wire moving through a magnetic field, or a magnetic field moving in relation to a wire.
We produce electric field and magnetic field. If we change the electric field with time (so magnetic field alse change), required frequency, then we produce electromagnetic wave.
In an electric motor electricity is used to create a moving magnetic field which forces the shaft of the motor turn. For more details see the 'how stuff works' web site for electric motors.
light exhibit magnetic field but i cant say about electric Field...