Magnetic assembly refers to the assembly of magnetic objects and any one or more of their components. A magnet pole is considered magnetic if its magnetization can be measured. A magnetic pole is considered to be non-magnetic if its magnetization cannot be measured. All magnets can be classified into the two groups: permanent magnets and transient magnets. A magnet that is not attached to a magnet pole that is not attached to another magnet.
In this article, we will talk about the characteristics of magnetic assemblies. As the first part, a description of the characteristics of a magnet will be provided as the second part. Let us start with the characteristics of a magnetic assembly.
The first characteristic of a magnetic assembly is its magnetic repulsion or attraction. Any piece of magnetized material is repelled by a magnet and attracts to another magnet. The size of the magnetic assembly will determine whether it is attracted to a magnet or repelled.
The second characteristic of the assembly is its repulsive force or attraction. This is where the strength of its magnetism is determined. Strong magnets will attract and repel each other while weaker magnets will repel each other but will not attract a magnet.
The third characteristic of magnetic assemblies is their attraction or repulsion. This is determined by the size of the magnets. Larger magnets will attract smaller magnets while smaller magnets will attract larger magnets. There is also a correlation between the strength and size of the magnets.
The last characteristic of a magnetic assembly is their symmetry. A symmetrical magnetic structure has a single magnet. Symmetrical structures can be found on any surface. Symmetrical structures are also known as a free-form magnet. Free-form magnets have no permanent magnets.
The fourth characteristic of a magnetic structure is the repulsive force of the poles of the same magnet. In a magnet, the strength of attraction depends on the force of attraction of the pole attached to it. Each pole will be able to push and pull itself away from other poles. The strength of the magnetic force is equal to the square of the distance between the poles.
The fifth characteristic of a magnetic assembly is the symmetry of the poles. Each pole will have the same polarity, which is determined by the size of the magnet. These poles are also known as poles of opposite polarity. If two poles of opposite polarity, then the magnet will repel.
The six characteristic of a magnetic structure will determine if it has the repulsive force of a magnet and the symmetrical force of a symmetrical magnetic structure. The seventh characteristic is called magnetic stability. If there is more than one magnetic assembly, then the magnet will attract all of the other magnetic structures.
The eight characteristic is determined by the number of magnetic elements. Each magnet will repel or attract another magnet. Each magnet in an assembly will interact with other magnets.