Generation of an induced voltage with electromagnets

Article no. P1376600 | Type: Experiments

10 Minutes
10 Minutes
grades 7-10 , grades 10-13


It is assumed that the students know that a voltage is induced in a coil, as long as the magnetic field contained by the coil changes.
When the induction process can be triggered by a permanent magnet, then this must also be possible with an electromagnet. The students should check this practically. They should thereby consolidate their knowledge, that the change in the field must not necessarily be brought about by a (mechanical) movement of the magnet and the coil relative to each other.


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Can a voltage be induced by means of an electromagnet?

Determine if a voltage can be induced by an electromagnet and examine in which way this is possible.


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