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Eastern Gateway Community College Magnet Lab Generator the Way Paper

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Need help with my Physics question - I’m studying for my class.

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Magnet Lab Object Flashlight Magnetic Field (T) Number of Turns in Wire 2.0(T) 100 Shaft Speed (rpm) 100rpm Voltage Output (V) 3.7024 Result Flashlight turned on success CD Player 2.0 (T) 50 300rpm 5.5536 Played music success Keyboard 2.0(T) 100 300rpm 11.1072 Played music success Answer the following questions: 1. Why did you build your generator the way you did? I built my generator the way I did because I knew that the generator would produce electric current by rotating a loop of wire in a magnetic field. When connected to a source of mechanical energy and placed between poles of a magnet it rotates, and an electric current is produced. Mechanical energy is then transformed into electrical energy. 2. Which object do you think your generator will power? Why? I think all my objects will be powered on because I used the equation V=CBNR. 3. What were the results of your test? (Success/Failure) My results were a success. The first time I tried with the flashlight was by chance I had it right. I was taking into account each item had a voltage printed on the direct object and working out calculations. Technically, the Cd player was a fail at the beginning until I changed the number of turns of spin in the wire to make it accurate. The keyboard was also a success from the start. 4. What would have happened if you had chosen a different magnet? More coils of wire? A different speed? If I had chosen a different magnet, more coils of wire or a different speed it could put out a different voltage. When electricity moves through the wire coils heat is then produced. If you increase the magnetic field or if the magnet was rotated faster the voltage would also increase. Everything is affected differently when more/less wire or speed is entered into the equation. Different factors equal to different outcomes. ...
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Magnet Lab

Object

Magnetic
Field (T)

Number of
Shaft Speed
Turns in Wire (rpm)

Voltage
Output (V)

Result

Flashlight

2.0(T)

100

3.7024

Flashlight
turned on

100rpm

success
CD
Player

2.0 (T)

50

300rpm

5.5536

Played music
success

Keyboard

2.0(T)

100

300rpm

11.1072

Played music
success

Answer the following questions:
1.

Why did you build your generator the way you did?

a. For the Flashlight, I deliberately decided to have the lowest setting and establish the amount of
the ...

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