# Maxwell House Magnetic Fields

#### Ront5353

This is a simple equation within what is called “Lorentz force equation”. This reason I pointed this out is that sometimes people confuse electrical fields and magnetic fields as being the same. This equation is used to figure out the force (F) of the combination of an electrical force (qE) and a magnetic force (qv + B) the changing direction.
An electrical field is the force per unit charge experienced by a non-moving point charge charge at any given point within that field. While a magnetic field is only detected by the force it exerts on other magnetic particles or electric charges.
In conclusion you have to have an electrical field that produces a magnetic field as a byproduct. They are two different fields and force vectors. Electrical fields can exist without a magnetic field a stationary point charge. A magnetic field cannot exist without an E field component because there are no magnetic monopoles they are always bi-poles a North Pole and a South Pole and the surface area is always equal to zero. • Carol Cleon

#### wdm1234

This is a simple equation within what is called “Lorentz force equation”. This reason I pointed this out is that sometimes people confuse electrical fields and magnetic fields as being the same. This equation is used to figure out the force (F) of the combination of an electrical force (qE) and a magnetic force (qv + B) the changing direction.
An electrical field is the force per unit charge experienced by a non-moving point charge charge at any given point within that field. While a magnetic field is only detected by the force it exerts on other magnetic particles or electric charges.
In conclusion you have to have an electrical field that produces a magnetic field as a byproduct. They are two different fields and force vectors. Electrical fields can exist without a magnetic field a stationary point charge. A magnetic field cannot exist without an E field component because there are no magnetic monopoles they are always bi-poles a North Pole and a South Pole and the surface area is always equal to zero.

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So, do power changes in magnetic force affect the speed at which the force moves? The speed of light does not increase by adding power nor does gravity. Lightening too moves at a speed unaffected by the size of the discharge. Bigger, stronger but not faster. What forces react to power with speed?

#### Ront5353

You have to remember the speed of Light is a constant, 186,282 mps. This is Einstein's famous equation, E=MC/2, the E stands for energy the M stands for mass of an object and the C stands for the speed of light which is squared. The speed of light squared is 8.98755179 * 10/16th power. Lighting travels about one third the speed of light. It is not the power changes in the magnetic force which affects its speed. Remember electricity comes first then the magnetic field. Increase the electrical force and the magnetic field increases. Make a simple copper coil and hook it to a 6 volt battery then hook it to a 9 volt battery you would notice that the magnetic field increases with the step up voltage. If you take away the coil you would still have a 6 volt and a 9 volt battery that produces energy without a magnetic field. If you look at the earth's core it is molten Iron spinning in a centrifuge the Earth spins at 1000 mph and flies through space at 621.371 mph. It creates a magnetic field that extends only 40000 miles into space. In contrast to space we are barely a blip in the cosmos. Gravity at present is a hypothetical particle no one knows if it exist. If it exists it would be a boson force particle.

#### Hayseed

Is the magnetic flux, in a toroidal core, flowing into a S pole, or is it flowing out of a N pole?

North

#### Hayseed

North......ok......does that mean the flux is a mono-pole flux?

#### Ront5353

If you are talking magnetism, then there are always two poles. Take a bar magnet cut it in half you still have two poles with the resulting bars.

The question of flux it can be either a single vector or it can be a vector field. In the latter case flux can be readily integrated over a surface.

The word flux comes from the Latin word “fluxus” means to flow. This term was introduced into differential calculus by Isaac Newton.

Flux is defined as the rate of flow of a property per unit area which has dimensions (quantity)*(time)-1*(area)-1. Area being the surface of the property is flowing through or across. (* is being used as a dot product)

Time for me is a vector field a transport dimension a manifold for the other 3 manifolds of dimension. Simply put you have X*2 + Y*2 + Z*2 + t*2.

There is a difference between “electric flux” and magnetic flux according to electromagnetism. As there is a difference between space and time.

In cases of flux, we have to take the integral, over a surface, of the flux through every element of the surface. The result of this operation is called the surface integral of the flux. It represents the quantity which passes through the surface. -----James Maxwell.

The observation of diffuse radio emission from a number of rich clusters (including the Coma cluster) indicates the presence of 10−8–10−7 G intracluster magnetic fields. We argue that the survival of such fields places an upper bound on the average flux of monopoles within our galaxy, F ≲ 10−18−10−20 cm−2 s−1 sr−1, for monopoles of mass m ≲ 10−18 GeV. Although somewhat less secure, this bound is at least 3 orders of magnitude more restrictive than the “Parker bound”, which is based upon the survival of galactic magnetic fields.