Magnets Going Through Copper Pipe

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+6 1. RoyalNorwegian commented 9 years ago

Well that was magnetizing!
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+8 2. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

Pretty cool....when you consider copper is of course non ferrous....so how the hell....?
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+20 3. dbomber69 commented 9 years ago

#2 It happens because of eddy currents. Kinda like a metal detector. A metal detector produces eddy current in metal and distorts the magnetic field of the detector coil. When that happens the detector measures the strength of the distortion and it is able to tell the difference between the different metals.
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+1 4. tiggfigg commented 9 years ago

Magnets how the fuck do they work?
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+2 5. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

#3....Ty for that....I knew there was an explanation there....somewhere :-)
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+3 6. soggybee commented 9 years ago

Magnet 1 : 0 Gravity
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+3 7. sidewinder commented 9 years ago

This is effect of Lenz`s law. Currents bound inside the atoms of strong magnets can create counter-rotating currents in a copper or aluminum pipe.
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+2 8. kaleemyork commented 9 years ago

this video for the awesome category ... :)
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+1 9. mrbombastic commented 9 years ago

coat em with rubber and paint em pretty nice magic trick eh?
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+2 10. ICdevil commented 9 years ago

Does anybody know what is the track that playing in the background, or at least in what category its gets into, itll be greatly appreciated thanks. ;)
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+1 11. ughlah commented 7 years ago

Yeah, newton, of course you are right...everything is falling in the same speed.
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0 12. buckleg08 commented 1 year ago

now what is a good application for this?8-)
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0 13. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

Where do you get great big chunks of copper and magnets like that. :)