Physics - Permanent magnets
I feel a sudden urge to muck around with industrial strength magnets; what type of permanent magnet will offer the greatest magnetic field / size [dont care bout weight] ratio?
I think i know the answer to this question already, and thats the Neodymium Iron Boron type, but would like some verification. Thanks in advance.
72 Tesla pulse magnets....
I doubt a mere science hobbyist like me can afford something with the word "pulse" in its name, nor have the power required to run it. :(
>>The neodymium-iron-boron magnet is the strongest permanent magnet of our time
Thanks, that answers my question.
>>Your not going to try and rent a helocopter and fly over the IRS building with the magnet are you? CAUSE IT WAS MY IDEA AND IM GOING TO DO IT FIRST!
What would that achieve?
>>hey PT are you trying to make one onf those things that feep spinning all the time?
To do that, ill need some sort of magnet that alternates field orientations; perhaps an electromagnet on AC. Too hardcore for me at this stage :)