Set for Magnetic Fields application

This application can be done by using just the following:

1- Common items for all applications:

a AG-001_FUB. Base structure and Robot.

b AG-001_CIB. Control Interface Box.

c AG-001_DAB. Data Acquisition Board.

2- Set for this particular application, including these items:

a) Sensor:

Hall probe capable of measuring the intensity of the static and dynamic magnetic fields.

b) Elements:

Two magnets of AlNiCo. 100 gr. of iron powder.

Isolated conductor wires (l=200 mm, diam.=5 mm).

Red and black testing wires.

Working table.

Conductor spirals of different diameters.  Electromagnets and cooper wires.

The teacher can use any element that creates MAGNETIC FIELDS, so the UNIT IS OPEN and can do MANY OTHER EXPERIMENTS.

3- Computer Control Software:

Computer Control+Data Acquisition+Data Management Software for Magnetic Fields application.

Compatible with actual Windows operating systems. Graphic and intuitive simulation of the process in screen.

Compatible with the industry standards.

Registration and visualization of all process variables in an automatic and simultaneously way.

Flexible and open software, developed with actual windows graphic systems, acting simultaneously on all process parameters.

Management, processing, comparison and storage of data.

Sampling velocity up to 250,000 data per second.

Student calibration system for all sensors involved in the process.

It allows the registration of the alarms state and the graphic representation in real time. Comparative analysis of the obtained data, after the process and modification of the conditions during the process.

Open software, allowing to the teacher to modify texts, instructions. Teacher’s and student’s passwords to facilitate the teacher’s control on the student, and allowing the access at different work levels.

This unit allows that the 30 students of the classroom can visualize simultaneously all results and manipulation of the unit, during the process, by using a projector.

Practices to be done with the Magnetic Fields application:

Level 0:

1.-  Programming and applications of a robot arm.

Level I:

2.-  Visualization of the lines of magnetic field generated by a magnet.

3.-  Line of the magnetic field.

4.-  Three-dimensional representation of the magnetic field generated by a magnet.

5.-  Magnetic field generated by two magnets. Spatial representation of the field lines and intensity.

6.-   Three-dimension study of the generated magnetic field by a thin conductor wire. Experimental verification of the law of Biot-Savart.

7.-  Sources of the magnetic field.

8.-  Magnetic field generated by a spiral. Three-dimensional representation of the intensity and visualization of the field lines.

Level II:

All those of level I.

9.-  Experimental demonstration of the existence of sources and drains. Gauss’s theorem.

10.-Calculation of the current which floes by a conductor wire. Ampère's law (I).

11.-Magnetic field generated by two lines of parallel currents. Visualization of field lines and calculation of  the magnetic intensity. Principle of superimposition (I).

12.-Helzmholtz coils. Three-dimensional study of the magnetic field.

13.-Magnetic field generated by two spires by which currents in the same direction and in opposite direction flow.Principle of superimposition (III).

14.-Magnetic field generated by a solenoid of N spires. Law of Ampère (II).

15.-Study of the magnetic field in function of the frequency of the current that circulates through the wire. Law of Biot-Savart (II).

Level III:

All those of level I and level II.

16.-Magnetic field generated by a real coil.

17.-Magnetic field in the material.

18.-Spatial representation of the magnetic field of a coil with a ferromagnetic nucleus.

19.-Determination of the magnetic sensitivity of a paramagnetic material.

20.-Effect of a diamagnetic nucleus in the magnetic field generated by a solenoid.

21.-Magnetic induction. Calculation of the e.m.f. induced in a solenoid.

22.-Experimental calculation of the coefficient of magnetic self-induction of a solenoid.

23.-Experimental calculation of the coefficient of induction of two solenoids.

IMPORTANT: The  teacher can use his own elements, so these practical possibilities are NEARLY UNLIMITED.


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