Many power plants use moving magnets to convert kinetic and magnetic energy into electric current. Magnet generators make a great science.
Many have tried building a free energy-producing magnetic motor. I am seeing a lot in my daily quest through alternative energy news, but what I have learned is.
Do rotating magnets create energy? Where can I find more information on this subject? The first law of thermodynamics is that matter/energy cannot be "created ".
This creates a force of energy around the magnet, called a magnetic field. Yep, just as we can make magnets from electricity, we can also use magnets to.
I had the same question in my mind for my project during my diploma in Electrical engineering. There is one thing I learned, you CANNOT create energy.
The question indirecly asks if it is possible to build a motor, using only permanent magnets, capable of producing free energy. Contrary to electromagnets.
We do. All generators have magnets. On reading some comments, I guess you're expecting to get energy, using only magnets and no other energy source.