Reliable and easy-to-use
Consistent and accurate
Magnetic damping is an important concept in electromagnetism. The mechanical effect of magnetic damping has very important applications. This experimental apparatus is designed to measure the uniform sliding speed of a magnetic slide on a non-ferromagnetic conductor inclined rail. Through data processing, magnetic damping coefficient and sliding friction coefficient are acquired. This experimental apparatus is related to physics concepts such as mechanics and electromagnetism.
This apparatus has the following advantages:
1. It has reliable design and convenient angle adjustment.
2. Experimental data has good repeatability and consistency, and the experimental error is small.
3. The incline angle can be easily calculated by directly reading the length of one side of the triangle from the scale on the horizontal support (the other two sides are known).
4. The timer is intelligent and can store 10 counts of timing data.
5. It can be used for general physics experiments in colleges.
The instruction manual contains experimental configurations, principles, step-by-step instructions, and examples of experiment results. Please click Experiment Theory and Contents to find more information about this apparatus.
|Inclined rail||Range of adjustable angle: 0 °~ 90 °|
|Length: 1.1 m|
|Length at junction: 0.50 m|
|Adjusting support||Length: 0.50 m|
|Counting timer||Counting: 10 times (storage)|
|Timing range: 0.000-9.999 s; resolution: 0.001 s|
|Magnetic slide||Dimension: diameter=18 mm; thickness= 6 mm|
|Mass: about 11 g|