Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2011 19:21:54
Author: --- chuck
Subject: Re: Image Current, make a $3 hundred-ampere cable
EE's actually DO have magnetic current 'laws' that mimic the more
familiar Ohm's Laws.
(I have now said more than I remember about that particular
EE class ;-) .
At 7:07 PM -0400 10/25/11, Steve Wonnell wrote:
> > My "hundred amp cable" could easily deflect small compasses. Two C-shaped
>> halves of an iron ring core, if placed together around the cable, made a
>> "crack" noise and couldn't be separated. Couldn't even be slid wrt each
>That's something I'd like to understand better. Why does the "magnetic
>current" through that iron ring become so strong???