magnetic field coupling


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Idea04
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Dec14-13, 03:05 PM
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Can a weak alternating magnetic field from one coil have an effect on another coil that has a stronger alternating magnetic field?

I ask this because I want to know if magnetic fields follow the same principal as coupling two different voltages together.
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Dec14-13, 06:59 PM
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Each effects the other. By carefully choosing their relative angle to each other, you can minimize or maximize the reaction.


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