The magnetic permeability of an iron core ensures that the magnetic flux density of a current carrying coil increases significantly. This difference can be quantitatively determined with the aid of a magnetic field sensor.
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- measure the magnetic flux density of two coils at direct current with and without iron core as a function of the current intensity. Calculate the magnetic permeability of the iron core.
- measure the magnetic flux density of two coils in alternating current with and without iron core. Calculate the magnetic permeability and compare the result with the first task.
The magnetic permeability is measured quantitatively. The resulting results for direct current and alternating current will be compared.