Saturday, March 16, 2024

Theory Of Magnetism And Electromagnetic Induction

Ferromagnetic material has a special property – it can be magnetizing to create temporary magnetic domains.

Every magnetic domain contains an electric dipole. 

The magnetic domain carries a negative charge on one end and a positive charge on the other end, so we can call a magnetic domain an electric arrow.

Due to electric arrows carrying positive charge on the head and a negative charge on the tail, it has special properties:

1. Same direction electric arrows attract each other from head to tail, and by side to side.
2. Opposite direction electric arrows repel each other from head to head, tail to tail, and by side to side.

Temporary electric arrows in magnets’ Ferro material cannot exist by themselves, but rather must all be linked into concentric rings and fill up the whole magnet, for a magnet to be stabilized and magnetized.

Therefore, on the poles of a bar magnet, there are concentric rings of electric arrows, with one pole clockwise, and the other pole counterclockwise. On the body/surface of the bar magnet, there are parallel electric arrow rings all over.

A current in a wire does not create a circular magnetic field in space. It induces the electric arrows in the compass to be parallel to its current direction; therefore, the compass moves to 90 degrees to the wire.

Between two parallel conducting wires at distance R, line of sight electrons on the surfaces of the two wires are repelling each other with electrostatic force F=Ke x ee/R^2. This repulsion force is billions of times stronger than a steel rod. Because it connects all of those repelling electrons as one, therefore, if there is a current alternating in one wire, it will induce an alternating current in another wire instantly. This is the true mechanism of so-called electromagnetic induction. It is, in fact, electrostatic induction.

Magnetic force is a misinterpretation of circular electric force.
The magnetic field is a misinterpretation of the circular electric field.
Electromagnetic induction is a misinterpretation of electrostatic induction.
The electromagnetic wave is a misinterpretation of electrostatic wave/alternating current.
Electromagnetic radiation is a misinterpretation of electrostatic radiation.

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