12-15 July 2011
Saint George Hotel
Africa/Johannesburg timezone
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Magnetic vector charges in the realization of nonzero magnetic work

Presented by Dr. Max CHIRWA on 13 Jul 2011 from 17:00 to 19:00
Type: Poster Presentation
Session: Poster1
Track: Track A - Condensed Matter Physics and Material Science

Content

<p>Traditionally magnetic forces are supposed to act on moving electric scalar charges and the hitherto undetected Dirac’s magnetic (scalar) charges, and that work done by such forces is always zero. Any possible evidence to the contrary is vehemently denied in order to justify this long held myth. Following our recently developed and validated concept of magnetic vector charges as sources of magnetic fields, we show that magnetic forces, like gravitational and electric forces, act on objects with corresponding physical attributes, and do nonzero work. This is illustrated here by depicting the mechanical generation of electricity and operation of simple electric motors in terms of magnetic vector charges. Other supporting examples and technological applications that can be cited include the jumping ring experiment, Gouy magnetic balance, Hall magnetic field probe, vibrating sample magnetometer, magnetic levitation and magnetic separation of materials. This simple realization may have far-reaching implications on our overall understanding of magnetism and its ultimate effective utilization.

Level (Hons, MSc, PhD, other)?

other

Consider for a student award (Yes / No)?

no

Short Paper

yes

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Room: Asteria


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