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#3 - mudkipfucker (04/03/2014) [+] (12 replies)
Scienceexplain, help us out
#41 - tricher ONLINE (04/04/2014) [+] (3 replies)
It's like my Stomach when I try to digest Taco Bell.
#26 - kibbleking (04/04/2014) [-]
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#11 - kthxbailol (04/03/2014) [-]
******** after eating taco bell in one .gif
#27 - kibbleking (04/04/2014) [-]
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#6 - danjazown (04/03/2014) [+] (1 reply)
aw yiss   
magnetic fields
aw yiss
magnetic fields
User avatar #15 - hailhisnoodliness (04/03/2014) [+] (15 replies)
Induction coils are cool.
That's probably a metal with a low melting point though like sodium
#45 to #44 - phyrex (04/04/2014) [-]
maybe lol now enjoy my gif
maybe lol now enjoy my gif
User avatar #53 - asmodeu (04/04/2014) [+] (3 replies)
sciencexplain , are you there ? We need you !
User avatar #64 to #53 - sciencexplain (04/04/2014) [-]
Found it.

This gif is a great example, nearly perfect actually, of Lenz's law. It shows how magnetic fields are generated from nearly nothing. If you dropped steel through a tube, it would go through normally, aside from a bit of friction and that. However, putting a magnet through changes everything. I think they used Neodymium for this experiment. Basically, when you drop the magnet through the copper tube, the copper notices an actual magnetic field in contact with it. The magnetic field creates a current in the copper tube and that current that has been induced develops its own magnetic counter-field to oppose the magnet, which is why it wouldn't move fast. In fact, it wouldn't move at all if it didn't have gravity. When putting spiraled copper with Neodymium, the magnet is surrounded by a base effect of magnetic field and it suspends it permanently in the air until altered. You can then fiddle with the magnet how you want and it will always spring back up.
#25 - vampyrate (04/04/2014) [-]
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User avatar #8 - sinkoran (04/03/2014) [-]
Its not ok my immediate thought was 'I wanna put my dick in it'
#23 - anonymous (04/04/2014) [+] (2 replies)
is there sauce? explain whats going on here?
User avatar #33 to #23 - defacedcreeper (04/04/2014) [-]
Induction heating. Basically the idea is you pass an alternating current through the copper coils. This induces an alternating magnetic field which in turn induces eddy currents on the surface of metals that are placed inside (the work piece). The eddy currents cause joule heating in the work piece while the coils don't heat up because usually they're water cooled.
The alternating electricity in the copper coil makes a magnetic field. When the metal thing is put inside that field it makes its own electricity and that causes the atoms of the metal to move back and forth so fast that the "friction" between them makes heat.
User avatar #59 - RisenLichen ONLINE (04/04/2014) [+] (2 replies)
So can you stick your dick in it?
#34 - anonymous (04/04/2014) [+] (4 replies)
scienceexplain. Please explain
#58 to #34 - Shenanigins (04/04/2014) [-]
User avatar #22 - jarofhearts (04/04/2014) [+] (1 reply)
can we weaponize this?
#2 - godamnitcarlos (04/03/2014) [-]
What is this electrickery?
What is this electrickery?
User avatar #30 - jacklane (04/04/2014) [-]
Already commercialized. Miniductor II
User avatar #21 - bloorajah (04/04/2014) [-]
its an induction heater, it uses magnetic forces to excite the atoms of the metal and cause them to produce friction, and heat up.
#17 - anonymous (04/03/2014) [-]
Here's that gif if you want it OP
Here's that gif if you want it OP
#16 - anonymous (04/03/2014) [-]
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