Purpose The goal of this lab exercise is to “discover” the properties of the magnetic field of a solenoid. You will determine the direction and shape of the magnetic field lines.
In this lab we will investigate the magnetic field with a metal slinky with the use of a Hall probe.
You can create a stronger, more concentrated magnetic field by taking wire and forming it into a coil called a solenoid.
However for magnetic fields, two parallel plates will not produce a uniform magnetic field; a long solenoid is needed.
Lab E2: B-field of a Solenoid. In this lab, we will explore the magnetic field created by a solenoid. First, we must review some basic electromagnetic theory.
In this lab we will explore factors that affect the magnetic field inside the solenoid and study how the field varies in different parts of the solenoid.
Physics 1051 Laboratory #4 Magnetic Field of a Solenoid. Contents. Part I: Set-Up Part II: Predictions Part III: Current Dependence Part IV
After working with electric field and electrical currents, now you’ll focus on magnetism. In this lab you will create a magnetic field using a solenoid and test its main features. Theory If an electrical current (i) is passed through a solenoid, a magnetic.
5. Computation - Magnetic Field of a Solenoid.
Physics Lab Manual: P52 - 1 Magnetic Field of a Solenoid. Experiment P52: Magnetic Field of a Solenoid (Magnetic Field Sensor, Power Amplifier). Concept magnetism.