What Is the Principle of Electromagnetic Crane?


Ampere's principle is the basic design idea behind electromagnetic cranes. Basically, this principle states that when applying an electric field in a solenoid, a magnetic field is induced perpendicular to it.
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Actually there are many uses of an electromagnetic crane. It helps in lifting quite heavy objects. It starts it properties of attraction and repulsion on our command. It is usually
its pretty basic tech, first of all you need a crane then you need to attach an electro magnet, the magnet is comprised of copper cable wound into a circular shape inside an iron
I'm assuming you mean for a science project or demonstration. You need an AC to DC power converter (ripple eliminator) such as 120 volt to 12 volt DC. Wrap (coil) an insulated wire
You put a DC electro-magnet to hang on a cable arrange power depending on desired lifting force (usually 10 to 100 amps DC the crane needs to be sized for lifting weight of iron by
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Uses of Electromagnets in Cranes
Essentially, an electromagnet consists of a soft iron core and turns, or windings, of electrically conducting wire. Increasing the size of the core, the number of windings and the level of current that flows through the wire can produce a magnet much... More »
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