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    • ELECTROMAGNETISM
      By:
      Joshua Alfred De la Cruz
      Nicole Marie Dela Cruz
      Stephen Miayo
    • History
      The origin of electricity is and magnetism sprang from ancient men’s curiosity over the ability of two materials, amber and lodestone to attract other materials.
      With the publication of James Clerk Maxwell's 1873 Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism in which the interactions of positive and negative charges were shown to be regulated by one force.
    • History
      There are four main effects resulting from these interactions, all of which have been clearly demonstrated by experiments:
      Electric charges attract or repel one another with a force inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them: unlike charges attract, like ones repel.
    • History
      Magnetic poles attract or repel one another in a similar way and always come in pairs: every north pole is yoked to a south pole.
      An electric current in a wire creates a circular magnetic field around the wire, its direction depending on that of the current.
    • History
      A current is induced in a loop of wire when it is moved towards or away from a magnetic field, or a magnet is moved towards or away from it, the direction of current depending on that of the movement.
    • Magnetism
      It is the term used to refer to the ability of lodestones to attract iron.
      A material having this property is called a magnet.
      The modern name for lodestone or magnetic iron ore is magnetite.
    • Classification
      Natural
      They are found in nature and are called lodestones or magnetite.
      Artificial
      May be temporary or permanent.
      Retentivityis the ability of a magnetic material to retain its magnetism after it has been magnetized.
    • Classification
      Electromagnet
      A magnet whose magnetic field is produced by electric current passing through coils of wire wrapped around a core.
    • Types
      Ferromagnetism
      Are strongly attracted be a magnet.
      They include iron, cobalt, nickel, and steel.
      In ferromagnetic materials, all electrons are spinning in the same direction.
      Diamagnetism
      Is a weak response to magnetic field.
      Materials are repelled by a magnetic field.
      Metals, like bismuth, copper, gold, silver, lead, nonmetals, water, and organic compounds are diamagnetic.
    • Types
      Paramagnetism
      Weakly attracted to magnets.
      When cooled, more magnetic.
    • Geomagnetism
      Referred as Earth’s magnetism.
      William Gilbert- conducted experiments and concluded that the Earth was a huge magnet.
    • Law of Magnetic Poles
      Peter Petegrinus- same poles repel.
      William Gilbert- confirmed it.
      John Michael- force of attraction or repulsion between poles varies inversely as the square of the distance between them.
    • Law of Magnetic Poles
      Charles de Coulomb- force between two poles is directly proportional to the product of the poles and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
      By combining these relation, he proposed the equation:
      m1m2
      F= k
      d2
      Where F is the force, k as the constant, m are pole strengths in ampere, and d is the distance in meters.
    • Magnetic Field
      Is a region of space where a magnet is capable of exerting a force on a magnetic material.
      Analogous to the electric field around an electric charge.
    • Magnetic Field
      Is also defined in terms of the force exerted on an electric charge moving in the field.
      Michael Faraday- introduced the idea that the magnetic field is made up of lines of force which is called the magnetic flux.
    • Magnetic Field
      Magnetic flux- it’s unit is weber(Wb), flux per unit area perpedicular to tefiel is called magnetic field intensity– the SI unit for I is tesla. Named afte Nikola tesla.
    • Magnetic Effect of Current
      ChistianOersted- made a demonstration on the heating effect of a current.
      by this , he accidentally discovered that a current-carrying conductor produces a magnetic field and this was influenced the orientation of the nearby compass.
      right hand rule- the magnetic field produced by a current may be determined by this.
    • The Electromagnet
      A magnet whose magnetic field is produced by electric current passing through coils of wire wrapped around a core and the strength depends on the number of turns and current.
      The first ever electromagnet was made by William Sturgeonand later improved by Joseph Henry.
    • Uses
      They can be turn on/off.
      The strength can be varied.
      Very large magnetic field can be produced.
      Used in steel yards.
      Essential parts in the construction of electric meters, electric generators, circuit breakers, motors and others.
    • Electromagnetic Induction
      Process by which a changing magnetic flux produces electric current.
      The current and emf produce is called induced current an induces emf.
      There are two laws describing the electromagnet induction: Faraday’s law and Lenz’s law.
    • Electromagnetic Induction
      Faraday’s law-states that whenever there is a change in the magnetic flux in a circuit, an induced current is produce.
      Lenz’s law- states that the induced current flows in a direction so as to oppose the change causing it.
    • Application
      Discovery of Faraday and Henry paved the development of the generator, transformer and other devices that made the production of electricity cheaper.
    • AC/DC Generator
      Converts mechanical energy to electrical energy.
      HyppolytePixii- was credited for having made the first electric generator.
    • Parts of a Simple AC generator
      armature- consist of coils of insulated wire wound around a soft iron core.
      - attached to a shaft so that it can rotate between the poles of the magnet.
      - ends are connected to the external circuit by means of slip rings that rotate with the armature.
    • Parts of a Simple AC generator
      Slip rings- made of either brass or copper.
      - insulated from each other and from he shaft.
      - each rings slides against the stationary brush .
      Brush- collect the current and transmit it to the external circuit.
    • Motor
      A generator operating reverse.
      Changes electrical energy to mechanical energy.
      Has the same parts as a simple DC generator.
    • Parts of a Motor
      Brushes are connected to a battery to send current to the armature.
      Magnetic field produced by this current in the armature interacts with the field of the magnet and exerts a force that rotates the armature.
      A shaft attached to the armature makes the motion for doing work.
    • Parts of a Motor
    • Transformer
      a device used to raise or lower the voltage of an AC source.
      consist primary and secondary coils placed side by side having a common iron core.
    • Transformer
      Plays a major role in power transmission.
      Whenever electricity is transmitted , there is always loss of power because of the resistance of the transmission wires.
    • Types of Transformer
      Step down transformer- lowers the voltage.
      Step up transformer- raises the voltage.
    • THANK YOU!
      THE END…