Electromagnetic Induction Catalog
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Our catalog is built off of the contributions by Nicola Tesla. Tesla made many discoveries and inventions of great value to the development of radio transmission and to the field of electricity. These include the Tesla induction motor and a system of alternating-current transmission, the Tesla coil (1891), and a system of transmitting electric power without wires. Tesla's advanced concepts include transmissions of large quantities of electrical power without wires and inexhaustible energy supplies from the universe. In general, Tesla shaped the world of magnetic and electrical inventions.
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invented by John Gorrie in 1860. The refrigerator uses an electric motor while using HFC-134a. The electromagnets in a fridge work with a motor that uses electricity to compress the HFC. As a result of high pressure, the HFC changes into a liquid and flows through an expansion valve. The coils go through the freezer and regular part of the fridge where the liquid is cooled to make the entire refrigerator cold. Refrigerators are vital for keeping food stored for long periods of time.
Electromagnetic Induction Torch-
The first flashlight was invented by Conrad Hubert in 1898. Later people made new modern-day flashlights. This flashlight is able to charge by shaking. This torch never needs new batteries because it is able to convert kinetic energy into electric energy. By using a metal core that passes through a copper coil and creates a current. This invention helps improve our life because it no longer needs batteries so it is able to run off of less energy. Someone might want a flashlight but if they are out of batteries they would not be able to see in the dark. With this flashlight people are able to use it without batteries.
Electromagnetic Induction Cook Top-
Invented by Levitatious E. Magneti (2015)These shoes contain conductors in their sole. The conductor can be levitated above an electromagnet current with an alternating current flowing through it which exists through magnetic induction. The shoes provide a magnetic field that initiates magnetic induction. The electromagnetism used in this product can help us reach places that couldn’t be reached before!
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