Junior Scientist Solenoid (Study Project)
A solenoid is defined as a coil of wire commonly in the form of a long cylinder that when carrying a current resembles a bar magnet so that a moveable core is drawn into the coil when a current flows. A more simple definition is that a solenoid is a coil and a moveable iron core used to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy
Age Group : 8 Years to 11 Years
Battery Included : NO
Content : Wooden Baton, Wooden Piece, Screw, Iron Ball, Coil on Iron Pulley, Iron Flat Plate, Battery Socket, Wire, Nail, Wire connecting Cover, Twin tap, Product Manual
Features : A solenoid is a very important coil of wire that is used in inductors, electromagnets, antennas, valves, and many more. The application of a solenoid varies in many different types of industries.Kids will learn about the application of solenoid through this project.
Ideal For : School Children from Standard IV to IX
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