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Magnetic Levitation Answered

I need help for a mini-project under a prof. My topic is magnetic levitation and i need the procedure of the experiment. pls help

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shounakghosh18

6 years ago

@steveastrouk
so u r saying its passive? ok i but where is course work? sorry but i urgently need help in this case. pls help more by providing me with the pdf!!!

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steveastroukshounakghosh18

Reply 6 years ago

If your spelling improves you might find links here to suitable levitation demonstrations. What does ooh ah mean ? Have we stabbed you with a needle or something ?

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shounakghosh18

6 years ago

thnk you very much for the pdf. there is just one problem. i need a circuit without any feedback. i want to only levitate the object and not control the levitation height. is there any pdf you can provide me for that??

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steveastroukshounakghosh18

Reply 6 years ago

That's passive levitation. Look it up. It was set as course work, if we help, you're cheating.

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Goodhart

6 years ago

I am not sure I understand what you are asking for. IF you use steel/iron and magnets or just magnets, you will be frustrated at trying to find the "sweet spot" that keeps "whatever" levitated. Some "metals" make it much easier to perform such experiments with; bismuth (that is, if not using electromagnets; if so, the links below may be of some help).
 
 
OR you can try to replicate something like This Kit here....It might be helpful to use some of the procedures found in this PDF.,,,