Can I make a strong permanent magnet with steel bar by electrical method of magnetism. if possible please guide me? ?

Does the wire gauge (20,24,28,30,34,36 wire gauge) make a difference is the strength of the magnet? Does the voltage I supply to the coil effect the Electromagnet??? Shall i use 304 grade steel rectangular bar for this process ? if any other materiel please suggest me?

Question by babureddy 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Electromagnet Help! How to Make a Small but very Strong Electromagnet???

I need you help smart people of Instructables!I need to make a small Electromagnet, that uses minimum power (by that I mean the battery), but still has to be very powerful. I have a couple of questions that I need you to help me answer:Does the number of coils that is wound to the metal bar effect the strenght of the electromagnet?Does the wire gauge (20,24,28,30,34,36 wire gauge) make a difference is the strenght of the magnet?Does the voltage I supply to the coil effect the Electromagnet?What type of battery is best for an Electromagnet (AA, AAA, C, D), and what voltage (1,5V, 3V, 4,5V, 6V, 9V) ???Here is the thing, I need to make the Electromagnet super strong but taking up the minimum of energy, for example, just 1,5V. The things that are not important to me (doesn't play a factor in my device) is the number of wire winds to the metal rod and the wire gauge! So is it better to just make 1 or more (3,4,5,6...) layers of wire winds???Is it better to use thinner (36 gauge) or thicker wire (24 gauge)???Thank you a lot!Stanislav

Question by comodore 10 years ago  |  last reply 8 months ago