Vector A

  • Last Post 25 March 2018
Piero posted this 17 March 2018

In the Guidelines to Bucking Coils , page 4

I think Vector should noted as curl( A ) B

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Chris posted this 17 March 2018

Hi Piero - Yes, the Magnetic A Vector has Curl, Magnitude, Direction and Rotation. A Quaternion if you like.

To be honest, 9 out of 10 people would find this confusing and unnecessary, many omissions made to keep things simple.

I hope all understand, I was and still am, on a path of discovery! As my knowledge has increased as has my understanding.


Enjoykin2118 posted this 19 March 2018

to all 381 members at Chris forum.

How to build simple Vector magneti potential sensor ? Any idea ?

Common let's include all of yours immagination and expereince.

Think about connecting A-sensor to real time digital signal processor and play the games never played before.....



Marathonman posted this 25 March 2018

Use a Hall sensor and connect it ti a low power Arduino platform with a led display in real time. schematic, parts, Code and video.

It's just a thought


Totally agree.


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