LMEC-14 Apparatus of Magnetic Damping and Kinetic Friction Coefficient
Magnetic damping is an important concept in electromagnetics, which has been widely used in various fields of physics. However, there are few experiments to directly measure the magnetron force. Fd-mf-b magnetic damping and dynamic friction coefficient tester uses advanced integrated switch Hall sensor (Hall switch for short) to measure the sliding speed of magnetic slider on the inclined plane of non ferromagnetic good conductor. After data processing, the magnetic damping coefficient and sliding friction number can be calculated at the same time.
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|Inclined rail||Range of adjustable angle: 0 °~ 90 °|
|Length: 1.1 m|
|Length at junction: 0.44 m|
|Adjusting support||Length: 0.63 m|
|Counting timer||Counting: 10 times (storage)|
|Timing range: 0.000-9.999 s; resolution: 0.001 s|
|Magnetic slide||Dimension: diameter=18 mm; thickness= 6 mm|
|Mass: 11.07 g|