What does magnetic variation means?
magnetic variation or just variation
The magnetic variation is greatest on earth at greggs in pakistan.... no need to thank me for the answer
Magnetic variation or magnetic reversal.
The magnetic variation of Crete is approx. 3.2 degr EAST Greetings, Dimitris
No, the Magnetic North is always slowly moving. This creates what is called, the magnetic variation, between Geographic (True) North and Magnetic North. The magnetic variation must be taken in to consideration when working with a magnetic compass. The amount and direction of the variation is usually printed on an Ordnance Survey Map as used in the UK.
Since the Earth's magnetic poles are not located at the geographic poles, a magnetic compass doesn't point to 'true' (geographic) north. The DIFFERENCE angle between magnetic north and true north is the magnetic variation or declination where you are. It changes for different locations.
Yes Latitudes at equator(lat =0) have the least magnetic variation, the values increases as we move toward north (ie greater latitude).
No. However, "magnetic north" is equal to true north for certain PLACES. The magnetic north pole is a slowly-wandering point which is currently in northern Canada. A line drawn from the north pole to the magnetic north pole, when extended through the rest of the world, defines a line of zero "magnetic variation", the amount by which magnetic north differs from true north. Most navigational maps are overprinted with lines of equal magnetic variation, and… Read More
Magnetic variation, deviation, or declination.
You need to know the variation (also referred to as declination) for your location. Once you have that, you add East variation (or plus) to your magnetic compass reading, and subtract West variation (or minus) from your magnetic compass reading to get true compass reading. To find North, simply line your magnetic compass up so that the needle is on North and then either add or subtract your variation to get the true North reading… Read More
No, the magnetic pole is always on the move, which is why the magnetic variation is often printed on maps.
My home town, near the equator.
Magnetic variation can be found on all nautical charts. On most it will be located within the compass rose nearest to desired location. The annual change is in parenthesis, the calculated date is shown.
Only coincidentally. A magnetic compass points toward the magnetic north pole, a point which is slowly moving through far-northern Canada. The difference between magnetic north and true north is called "magnetic variation", or "mag var". Lines of equal magnetic variation are printed on many charts. There is a line where the mag var is equal to zero; along that line, the magnetic compass does point toward true north.
I think you're after the magnetic variation. If so :- That is the variation between true north and the earth's magnetic field at your location. Can be + or - and up to a few tens of degrees. Your compass does not actually point to north, though that is a useful assumption. In reality, the compass needle aligns itself with the direction of the earth's magnetic lines of force at your location. These do not… Read More
The sum of variation and deviation. The angle of magnetic declination, or magnetic variation, is the angle between the local magnetic field lines with which a magnetic compass needle lines up and the direction of true north, the north axis point of Earth. In the U.S., that angle varies between 0 degrees and about 20 degrees and also varies over time. The difference between "true" north and "magnetic" north is called "magnetic variation", which is… Read More
magnetic field and temperature When current flows through a conductor, it generates a magnetic field. The variation of this magnetic field later produces an electric field.
Biodiversity means the degree of variation of life. Some examples would be genetic variation in a species or ecosystem variation in a planet.
First of all, we're pretty sure that you're referring to "variation", not "declaration". Magnetic variation is the difference between the direction from you to the north pole (called "true north"), and the direction in which your magnetic compass points. That difference changes with your position on earth, because the north pole and the place your compass points to are two different places. If you were standing at the point that's exactly halfway between them, then… Read More
It will be 180 degrees in any position between the north magnetic pole and the geographical north pole and similar at the south pole
It means it is capable of responding to a magnetic field.
we all need some Variation. Daily routine needs some Variation!
seasonal variation means seasonal sex variation...... got my dear. sudharu
Magnets actually generate electricity. When a wire is passed through a magnetic field it produces electron flow. Coils of wire can detect magnetic flux variation and be used as sensors.
It varies with where you are on the earth. It all has to do with your geographic position (lat/lon) and also the magnetic activity of the area. You can acquire a USGS topographical map and it will have the magnetic variation for the area shown.
variation means to be different also the meaning is used in science
It depends on the place on earth you are. In my place (Israel) 32.09N 34.47E it is around 4 deg East.
Motion of electrons inside the coil by variation of applied magnetic field.(more precisely magnetic flux).Varying magnetic field applies lorentz force on the electrons which aligns them in a particular direction which causes a net current in the circuit. SAMITA
You can find out by placing a magnet near it and see if the magnet attracts the material. If the material is attracted, it means that the material is magnetic. If the material is not attracted, it means the material is non-magnetic.
While not intrinsically magnetic necessarily, conducting current means a magnetic field is formed.
No. The physical "north pole", at the axis of the Earth's rotation, does not move. The magnetic pole DOES move, and has been moving from northern Canada across the Arctic Ocean. In another 100 years or so, it will be in Russia. Magnetic compasses point toward the magnetic pole. Most maps are overprinted with lines of "magnetic variation", the difference between magnetic north and true north.
It is measured exactly the same in the Southern hemisphere (no difference between the two hemispheres). It is the difference between magnetic north and true north and it varies all over the globe. Magnetic declination (also called magnetic variation) is positive when magnetic north is east of true north (clockwise) and it is negative when magnetic north is west of true north (anti-clockwise).
It is only paramagnetic, which means it is attracted to magnetic fields.
Diversity is different and variation is multiple things that are different; there can be a variation of diversity that would mean that there are many different ways to contrast and be different from something else. Diversity is the variety of living things and differences between them. If talking about habitats, it means number of different species in that habitat. more species, more diverse. Variation can be inter specific. Intraspecific variation is variation within species and… Read More
Platinum is not magnetic but paramagnetic. It means that platinum can become magnetic when an external magnetic field is applied to it.
When converting a magnetic bearing to a true bearing then subtract any westerly variation or add an easterly one. The variation can usually be found on the chart, normally by the compass rose, plus the annual change
Are you talking of this in means of Statistics? If you are, then the variation from the mean is measured in standard deviation.
NMRI means Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging NMRI means Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging
yes it is, but it isn't at the sametime, it is whats called paramagnetic. This means it is only magnetic when inside a magnetic field.
Zinc is not an magnetic metal element. Zinc is classed as a diamagnetic element. Diamagnetic means that it weakly repels magnetic fields, so it is not magnetic.
When sailing a course magnetic bearings are used. However there is a difference between magnetic north and true north called the magnetic variation, this changes year by year and can be a very significant figure depending on your position. It is important therefore to know this to ascertain ones true course.
Its Hindi variation, derived from Sanskrit, means "star". Its English variation derives from Gaelic/Celtic. A variation of Tarah. *You can also Google "the meaning of Tarah". That's how i found it =)
Variation leads to natural selection. This means that the organisms with the best traits to survive in their surroundings are chosen. Variation can help lead to a new production of a species.
One variation means "to lean out."
Generally we use two kind of compass, magnetic and gyro compass.Both of them indicate one point but magnetic compass indicate magnetic north (earth has magnetic area that center approximately is on the canada ,so there is distinction of angle between magnetic meridian and normal meridian.The angle is named variaton error variation error can find on a chart.if there is any metal thing near magnetic compass,it affect from it,and it called deviation error.When deviation and variation… Read More
It means unusual or a variation from normal. "Ab" means "not", so not normal.
It is a variation of Anika, which means grace in Hebrew.
Variation is a synonym of difference.