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Looking for a circuit to magnetize a magnet

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by David Bezinque, Apr 20, 2004.

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  1. Several years ago, I saw a book at the Library that had a circuit that
    could be used to magnetize a magnet. If I remember correctly, it
    basically consisted of about a dozen very large capacitors. They were
    charged by a constant current supply. When the capacitors were
    charged, the power supply shut off. Then the operator could fire the
    capacitors with an SCR switch. The capacitors discharged through a
    coil of very thick copper wire. This made a very strong magnetic
    field for a short time interval.

    I have been back to the library and the book has been worn out and
    discarded. I have also used the search engines Google and Yahoo to
    look for this or a similar circuit and been unsuccessful (although I
    learned some interesting things about submarines).

    Any help would be SINCERELY apprecieated.

    David Bezinque

    Now for a lettle joke from Texas to brighten yore day!!!

    Here in Texas we have tomatoes that are sooooo big that just two of
    them makes a dozen!!!
     
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