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comment Bungee balls vs. extension springs
Will that give me a figure I can compare to the spring rate from the grainger specs I linked to? I know it's the right units, just want to make sure I'm not missing something.
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comment What happens if I crush a neodymium magnet into powder?
I would think the attraction between granules would cause them to align - assuming they are close enough together to overcome friction. If so, I would also expect them to clump together into a ball over time.
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comment Do multiple permanent magnets aggregated together approach the same strength as a single magnet of the same size?
It was tough to decide which answer to accept. Thanks to all of you. I went with Omar because he came back to respond to my question.
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comment Do multiple permanent magnets aggregated together approach the same strength as a single magnet of the same size?
I don't understand your comment. I missed googling for the FAQ answer since I was using "aggregate" instead of "stack." What's the difference between "stakc" and "next to each other"? Don't North and South poles attract?
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comment Do multiple permanent magnets aggregated together approach the same strength as a single magnet of the same size?
So the magnetic material at the center of a single magnet will not be affected the same way the magnets in the center of an equally sized magnet cluster will be?
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