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    how to widen your electromagnetic force

    by tobiwan09 ·


    is it possible to increase a range of your electromagnetic force? You can get a small electrostatic shock when your hand is a few millimeters away from your car door – but not from a foot away. Is it possible to build a small device that you can attach to your body that will widen the range?

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      by oh smeg ·

      In reply to how to widen your electromagnetic force

      What you are asking about is a build up of Static Electricity. This KILLS ELECTRONICS and is a large thing that is covered in controlling when you do any form of Electronic Repairs as fingers make excellent probes to deliver Static Electricity into any form of Electronics to kill them stone dead.

      Also you don’t need any device attached to a person just wear polyester clothes and the rubbing of the cloths against your body will be sufficient to generate as much Static as you like but as stated above if you do any form of electronic repairs or even work with electronics you will kill them forever.

      Some places have policies in existance to deal with people who wear clothes like that and after a warning or two if the person does not desist they are fired.

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      electromagnetic force

      by deborasumopayroll ·

      In reply to how to widen your electromagnetic force

      The direction of magnetic flux produced by a permanent magnet is always from N-pole to S-pole.
      When a conductor is placed in a magnetic field and current flows in the conductor, the magnetic field and the current interact each other to produce force. The force is called “Electromagnetic force”.
      The fleming’s left hand rule determines the direction of the current, the magnetic force and the flux. Stretch the thumb, the index finger and the middle finger of your left hand as shown in Fig. 2.

      When the middle finger is the current and the index finger the magnetic flux, the direction of the force is given by the thumb.

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