Here Is a Real Opportunity To Learn Electromagnetism For Free.
Learning about solar electricity means learning about electricity, chemistry, physics and materials science. The relationship between magnetism and electricity or electromagnetism is a very important one. It is this relationship that lets us build electric generators and motors to name just a few important inventions.
Electromagnetism can be incredibly powerful if you have access to large amounts of electric current ( free electrons) and you know how to design devices to control to it. Learning to read and design electric circuits is another skill that is needed for any career in electricity or electronics.
Physics is the study of how the universe works. It is as simple as that. Understand how things work and the mathematics that describes it and you can learn to make machine and processes that harness this knowledge. This is true for not just solar energy, or wind energy or electronics. A knowledge of the underlying science and the ability to use mathematics to create new machines is a wonderful skill that will carry you throughout your lifetime.
Electromagnetic Fields and Waves are everywhere in our universe.
Learn Electromagnetism at Home.
Here is a very interesting video that explains the basics of electromagnetism and shows us an amazing real world example of the power it can have. Watch as magnetic fields created in a simple homemade transformer tear a can to pieces. Actually the can tears itself to pieces.
I would suggest that you do not try this at home for obvious reasons. Safety should always be first and learning should never be painful.
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Learn Electromagnetism In The Most Fun Way.
Watch a soda can rip itself apart in a fiery explosion at 11,000fps with a Phantom high speed camera. Running a current through a coil, produces an electromagnet. Turn up the voltage in this experiment, and make that current strong enough, and your electromagnet can rip a soda can in half. Or rather, make the can rip itself in half! This video was filmed at Arc Attack Studios in Austin, TX with Joe Hanson, Joe DiPrima, John DiPrima and Darren Dyk.