Magnetic field Science Fair Projects
The High School Physics Project: Showing how to map a field and how to map that field around a current carrying wire.
http://science-fair-coach.com/ Sun, 12 May 2013 16:58:06 -0700
This simple project will explore how magnetic fields affect the rate at which water flows. This will require water, salt solution, and a few permanent magnets. A good example of an everyday permanent magnet is a refrigerator ...
http://www.instructables.com/id/E0MT0VAI0RZ0T2O/ Thu, 02 Oct 2014 21:39:47 -0700
You can get a good sense of the strength and direction of a strong magnetic field by loosely holding a magnet in your closed fist, but I wasn't happy with the resolution or clarity of this method: It's too hard to discern torques from translational forces, and if your hand confines the magnet's rotation, you can fool yourself about the direction of the field (For instance, if you rotate a magnet 180 degrees, you .... I helped him with his science fair project... getting the plots printed out graphically.
http://www.science-projects-resources.com/science-fair-projects-blog.html Mon, 14 Jan 2008 00:37:30 -0800
Magnet Science Projects...Learning About Magnets. Magnet. Before we start thinking of ideas for magnet science projects and experiments, lets take a quick look at the history of magnets. We will then look at some properties of magnets and magnetism. Centuries ago, it was discovered ... For Magnet Science Projects. The magnetic force field of a magnet can penetrate through glass, plastic, water, paper, leather, cork, and rubber but not though certain magnetic materials such as iron.
http://www.fizik.si The principle is that two similar poles repel and that two opposite poles attract, with forces that are stronger when the poles are close...
See http://amasci.com/electrom/statbotl.html Suspended steel filaments make three-dimensional magnetic fields visible. I came up with this one for the Electr...