electromagnetic fields and microwaves


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Dec30-11, 03:44 AM
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I need some help with properties of electromagnetic fields in the presence of microwaves. specifically will a electromagnets field, powered by an external power supply, function normally in a microwave chamber?
Will the magnetron induce a current in the copper coil?
Would the external power supply work over that, basically ignoring any power trying to be pushed back through the wire?
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I need some help with properties of electromagnetic fields in the presence of microwaves. specifically will a electromagnets field, powered by an external power supply, function normally in a microwave chamber?
Will the magnetron induce a current in the copper coil?
Would the external power supply work over that, basically ignoring any power trying to be pushed back through the wire?
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Dec30-11, 09:33 PM
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Its an electromagnet, and its meant to contain the plasma im generating.


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