Scientific Exploration into the Promising Realm of Magnetic Energy: A Literature Review

Ragad M Tawafak, Saif Ali Al Shamsi, Ghalia Alfarsi, Abir AlSideiri


ABSTRACT: The use of permanent magnets, renowned for their self-sustaining magnetic properties, has been predominantly confined to small-scale generators. Conversely, electromagnets, composed of iron or steel cores cocooned within a web of wires, exhibit magnetization when subjected to an electrical current, consequently engendering a magnetic field. This intriguing aspect of magnets has kindled the scientific community's interest, particularly in the realm of electricity generation, where they have proven remarkably effective. As the world stands on the precipice of depleting finite oil reserves, the fundamental question looms large: What will serve as humanity's anchor when the last drop of oil is extracted from the Earth's depths? Could the advent of magnetic energy usher in a new era, redefining our reliance on conventional energy sources? These critical queries serve as the guiding compass for our scientific exploration into the promising realm of magnetic energy.


Faraday law; Magnetic Fields; Conductor Materials

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