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Subject: Re: How to arrange the magnets?
From: ChrisAtUpw@.......
Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2007 14:33:14 EST

In a message dated 2007/12/23, tchannel1@............ writes:

> I could make the coil square or round. In this experiment, I need all the
> magnets to float above the coil. How might I arrange the magnets?

Hi Ted,

Think coils, not magnets!

Use four coils, one pair N/S and the other E/W, connected in
opposition on a cross, with the magnet pole in the centre. Then when the magnet swings
N & S, or E/W, you will get  the resolved components of that signal.

Regards,

Chris Chapman
In a me=
ssage dated 2007/12/23, tchannel1@............ writes:

I could make the coil square or= round. In this experiment, I need all the magnets to float above the coil.=20= How might I arrange the magnets?

Hi Ted,

Think coils, not magnets!

Use four coils, one pair N/S and the ot= her E/W, connected in opposition on a cross, with the magnet pole in the cen= tre. Then when the magnet swings N & S, or E/W, you will get  the r= esolved components of that signal.

Regards,

Chris Chapman