Asked in SciencePhysicsElectrical WiringMagnetism
How does a magnet and a conductor interact to create a flow of electricity?
September 02, 2008 1:57AM
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Asked in Electricity and Magnetism, Magnetism, Circuits
How can a magnet be used to create an electric current?
Does an electromagnet use a magnet to create electricity?
Asked in Inventions
A Generator uses wires and what to create electricity?
Asked in Physics
What causes a magnet to produce electricity?
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 conductor when relative motion between the field and the conductor occurs.
Asked in Electronics Engineering, Magnetism
Is magnet a conductor of electricity?
Asked in Energy
In most cases does electricity create magnets or do magnets create electricity?
Is a magnet a insulator or conductor of electricity?
What is the use of magnet in speakers?
Principle is electromagmnetism. When a conductor cuts magnetic field electricity is induced in the conductor (Fixed magnet). When a magnet is moved near a conductor electricity is generated in the conductor (Fixed conductor). In speakers magnet is fixed and the conductor (in the form of a coil is fixed to the back of the diaphragm) is allowed to move freely. As the coil is fixed to the diaphragm the movements of the coil is reciprocated by the movements of the diaphragm. Our voice induces varying current in the microphone and the same varying current is passed through the coil of the speaker hence it moves in the static magnetic field.
Asked in Home Electricity, Electrical Engineering
How is electricity used in a motor?
How does a magnet produces an electircity?
When a magnet is moved near an electrical conductor (usually a coil of wire), it excites electrons in the conductor. This happens because the magnet is polarized, meaning one side has a negative and one a positive charge, and this charge attracts or repels electrons in the conductor. The motion of the electrons is electricity.