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popular misunderstanding about electromagnets (Score: 1)
by chipotle_pickle on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 @ 15:31:52 EDT
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A natural magnet holding something in place does no work, it's only when force is applied through a distance that work is done. The same is true of an electromagnet. For an electromagnet to hold itself in place to an iron surface isn't going to do any mechanical work, so long as it's still. If you are working with a regular (non-superconducting) electromagnet the current required to maintain the magnetic field will have resistive losses. But the only energy that's required is the energy to pay for the ressistive loss.

This is sometimes illustrated with a metal ring around a coil. Current is sent through the coil, and it mag levs the ring. If you hold the ring still, you can feel the force. If you hold it not still, and move the ring with or against the force, the ring heats up.

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Re: Zero Point Energy: Can it become a practical, near-term, alternative? (Score: 1)
by ElectroDynaCat on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 @ 19:22:17 EDT
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One of the parameters of operation of a Zero Point converter is that it must use the vacuum as both a source and sink of energy. This is not impossible. It does impose restrictions on the size of the device. since a radiator must have the dimensions of the wavelength of the energy it radiates back into space. At room temperatures (300 K), the mean wavelength of the predominant modes of vibration are in the near infrared. Using Stefans Law, it can be calculated to be slightly less than 10,000 angstroms. This means that any ZPE Converter would consist of a "cell" that is about the size of a virus.

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Re: Magnetism and gravity. (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Sunday, April 18, 2004 @ 19:45:27 EDT
I am not going to even pretend like I understand why magnets stick to other magnets and why gravity pulls us to the earth. All I know is that is here.

Since I was just a little boy, I have been mezmerised and perplexed by the concept of magnetism. I have spent a great deal of time researching the subject and still know very little about what makes it work. Very little is accually known collectively why magnets defy gravity but it is an accepted truth that it can. Gravity is always surrounding us. It reaches to the furthest points in out solar system and pulls on the leaf that an ant is carrying to its mound. Noone understands why gravity works, but EVERYONE understands that is does. Why is it so hard for the common person to accept ZPE then?

ZPE has been proven to exist and I beleive that it is only a matter of time before some quatum physics genious comes up with a way to harness the energy. I just hope he is not critisized for his discovery like Einstein.

As far as the accuzation that magnets don't do any work, doesn't it take work to get them apart? Magnets also don't just stick together. They push and pull just like any other object that does work. How do you think electromagnetic trains and particle accelerators work? It is like saying that a spring that is not contracting or expanding is not doing any work. You may not be able to "see" the spring working, but it is still pushing or pulling on something all the same.

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