The strength of an electromagnet is determined by the density of
coils surrounding the magnet, and the rate of current passing
through those coils.
Strength of the magnetic field. Angle of conductor. Speed of conductor.
The bigger the electromagnet the stronger the strength.
how can the magnetic field strength of an electromagnet be reduced
One of them is how many coils go around the electromagnet. also the amout of current flow< and the type of core material.
No, a higher voltage potential is what effects the strength of an electromagnet.
How does the number of batteries affect the strength of an electromagnet?
We can increase the number of turns in the electromagnet.
Once an electromagnet has been built, the only thing you can control is the strength of the magnetic field. You would do that by controlling the magnitude of the current in the electromagnet's wire coil.
the shape of the core and the distance between the poles affect the strength of the electromagnet
The energy of electromagnet will increase
Answer you can increase the strength of an electromagnet by: 1) Increasing the current flow 2) Increasing the number of coils 3) Passing an 'iron core' through the coil of the electromagnet
what are some good ways to control an electromagnet
The strength of electromagnet depends on the electric current flowing through the core because when the current is stopped, the core is no longer magnetized and the rate of change of flux linkage.
You can increase the strength of an electromagnet by either increasing the number of turns, and/or by increasing the current, and/or by increasing the ferromagnetic density (permeability) of the core.