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I have made a model on an induction furnace. It has a drawback. Can anyone please help me out?
Why does a plate kept on the coil of an induction furnace bounce when current is passed through the primary coil?
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The induction coil produces a magnetic field and that may explain the bounce when the power is applied.
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