I am not very familiar with magnetic design so please bear with my laymans terms. I am preparing to do an experiment on crossed magnetic fields. I am attempting to see what kind of interaction perpendicular magnetic fields have on one another. For this experiment I am planning on having a 1 inch cube of steel wound with two seperate coils. One coil will be on the vertical axis and the other coil on the horizontal axis both of approx 100 turns. Now suppose I set up a H field of 1000 on the vertical axis by way of the first coil with the corresponding flux density and poles resulting. Once the flux is established on the vertical axis and I were to introduce a H field of 1000-1500 on the horizontal axis by means of the second coil. What would be the impact on the flux density from the first coil or vertical axis. Would the north and south poles still be on the vertical axis or would they shift or maybe cancel out? If someone could point me in the right direction as to where I can find information pertinent to this scenario I would be appreciative.
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