Magnetically Induced Currents in Copper Pipe
Most recent answer: 01/15/2014
- Jeff johnson (age 20)
East lansing, mi
The moving magnet does certainly induce eddy currents in the pipe. It's those eddy currents that make the magnetic field that slows the magnet's fall. Since the currents just go around the pipe, they aren't available for driving another circuit.
(published on 01/15/2014)