Dipoles

3 Feb 2016

A) Classical configuration where the two rotating magnets (shown in rotation in red, green and blue arrows) share the same rotation axis (gray arrows). A similar setup is used in modern milk frothers and food mixers, as well as magnetic stirrers in chemistry labs.

B) One configuration studied in this research with the rotating magnets having their rotation axes (gray arrows) perpendicular to each other.

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