Does the thickness of a non-ferrous material affect the pendulum speed swinging between two magnets, if so, how much?. Joseph Turley. Movement of material. Introduction. Eddy currents are created when a conducting material is moved through a magnetic field.
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Movement of material pendulum speed swinging between two magnets, if so, how much?Introduction
Eddy currents are created when a conducting material is moved through a magnetic field.
These eddy currents create a force that constantly opposes the motion of the object.
This slows down the object moving through the magnetic field.
While approaching the magnet
While moving away from the magnet