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2018/11/12

Cooperation between High Schools and Universities project

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Cooperation between High Schools andUniversities project electromagnetic induction andsuperconduction. On Thursday, November 8, Science coursestudents (first graders) had a class with a professor of Ehime University in thephysics second laboratory. We invited Mr. Kamimori Tatsuo, a professorof Ehime University graduate school of science and engineering.  Students had a lecture and did an experiment. The professor explained phenomenon causedby electromagnetic induction and eddy current.  He also explained principles of electromagneticinduction by Faraday.  After thatstudents examined the condition of the turn of an aluminum board by eddycurrent and falls of magnets. Next, the professor explained a superconductingphenomenon and cooled a superconducting substance with liquid nitrogen.  When students confirmed a superconductingcondition, shouts of surprise broke out everywhere. After the lecture they asked Prof. Kamimorimany questions.  It seemed that they feltgreat interest in his lecture. Thank you for Prof. Kamimori.  (O.H.)

 


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