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Electromagnetism is produced when an electrical current flows through a simple conductor such as a piece of wire or cable. A small magnetic field is created around the conductor with the direction of this magnetic field with regards to its “North” and “South” poles being determined by the direction of the current flowing through the conductor.
Related Journals of Electromagnetism
Journal of Electrical & Electronic Systems, Transactions on Power Systems, Transactions on Communications, Industrial Electronics Magazine