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Making a homopolar motor is simple and fun
posted May 2 2011 20:14.07 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A homopolar motor is a -not so common- kind of motor that has a magnetic along the rotor axis, which usually acts as a single-wound coil, which limits them in very low operation voltages. Yet, these motors can be very simply in construction. As a matter of fat, anyone can make one with materials found in the house, within a few minutes. Watch the following video:



[Link: Stevespanglerscience]
Tags: electronic project   physics   diy   magnetism   crazy photo/video   experiments   theory/tutorial   how to   motor   
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