Mapping Electric Field via Electric Potential Lines Employing Overbeck Electrical Field Mapping Apparatus Arlu Swaine Therese E. Nebreja1, Pi Watts. Poli*2, Shannan Rivera3, Flower Pauline P. Santos4, Jayvelyn G. Trinidad5, Edson Paul S. Valiente6 1 Department of Electric Engineering-CEAT, UP Los Baños
2 Section of Electric Engineering-CEAT, UP Los Baños
3Department of Industrial Engineering-CEAT, UP Los Baños
4Institute of Chemistry-CAS, UP Los Baños
5Institute of Chemistry-CAS, UP Los Baños
6Department of Civil Engineering-CEAT, UP Los Baños
*Corresponding author: [email protected] com
This experiment showed the right way to map equipotential lines of charged body, specifically of your point fee and a line impose, and then identify the electric powered field. The information gathered during the experiment had been plotted in a graph and analyzed. That proved that in a offered electric discipline region, electric potential varies from one point out another in fact it is possible to discover points with all the same potential. Field lines were attracted to show the path and power of discipline. The better the lines, the stronger the power acts on an object. Keywords: Electric Discipline, Potential Series, Voltmeter, Probe
1 . Intro
In Coulomb's Rules, it discussed the makes that billed objects apply at one another, but it does not describe how these types of forces mediated when the things are not in touch. This is where the concept of field gets into. We all know that objects with mass encounters a power whenever it is in a gravitational field or perhaps produced by one other object with mass that made a contact with it. Gravitational field is a frequent which pulls the object straight towards the center of the the planet which means down and perpendicular to the Earth's surface. Fees, like different objects, have mass as well. Therefore , they also experience pressure by means of contacts with other charges or because of field. That's where the concept of electric power field gets into. It's like gravitational...
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