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Electromagnetic attraction with different waveforms

Electromagnetic attraction with different waveforms

Electromagnetic attraction with different waveforms

Hello everyone! My project involves building a special electromagnet from a patent (Apparatus and method for amplifying a magnetic beam
US 5929732 A), please read first. I have two electromagnet solenoids. One powered with 50 turns 1 amp DC N pole facing S pole of another electromagnet 50 turns .25 amp with pulsed DC 10Khz. Will these two magnets be able to attract and interact with each other in general?

RE: Electromagnetic attraction with different waveforms

No this is not for school. I am an independent engineer experimenting with electromagnetism. Is there anyone that can help me with the question posted above please?

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