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Relationship Between Electric and Magnetic Fields

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Somoia Buchanan

on 27 March 2014

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Transcript of Relationship Between Electric and Magnetic Fields

Relationship Between Electric and Magnetic Fields
Generators
the magnetic field in a generator induces the flow of electricity in the generator
Generators
a rotating magnet moves the magnetic fiels across the wires which push the electrons in those wires and this creates
Motors
a magnetic field exists around a wire carrying an electrical current, and between the the two poles of a magnet
Motors
the magnetic field around an electric current is often thought of as lines of magnetic force that form circular shapes aeound the wire that carries the current in one direction.
Transformers
a transformer is an electrical device that transfers energy between two circuits through electromagnetic induction
Transformers
an alternating electric current flows through the primary coil of a transformer, which generates a varying electromagnetic field, causing a varying
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