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  1. #1 Nullification of Magnetic 
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    Hi All
    I am Somesh, want to know what is the procedure to nullification of magnetic effect of a small region within a large and high magnetic zone.

    The problem is that when ever a metallic plate placed into a high magnetic field then some current will generate by the metallic plate. I need to prevent the current generation of that metallic plate and need to prevent the magnetic effect also on that plate. How can I do this?


    My mail ID is :- chatterjee_somesh@yahoomail.com

    If you know it please send me the answer.

    With Regards
    Somesh


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    Once the metal you introduce to the magnetic field becomes mtionless with respect the magnet, no more 'charge' will be genreated, and any left over will just leak away. Bringing any conductor or partial conductor into a magnetic field will induce voltages, in transformer construction the 'core' is constructed to minimize these currents (called 'eddy's') as these currents are a source of inefficiency. If you could enlighten us as to exactly what you are trying to do and what sort of materials etc then it might be possible to suggest ways to minimise the effects.


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    Hi,
    Send me your mail id. I shall send you the pictorial diagram where it will implement.

    Thank you for mail.
    Somesh

    [img]C:\Documents and Settings\somesh.c.BSSAS0\My Documents\My Pictures\untitle 1\[/img]
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