Virtual Laboratory «Physics»

Electromagnetic field. Faraday

The virtual laboratory is designed for organizing distance education, conducting experiments and laboratory work in the school subject «Physics» in the part of the section «Electromagnetic field».

Do you want to work in a Virtual Laboratory?

The Virtual Laboratory «Electromagnetic field. Faraday» will immerse you in the topic of electrostatics and electrodynamics, which are studied as part of the school program.

A set of electrical and electronic components will allow you to create the most complex schemes. Use electrostatic equipment to create a coronal discharge and study its properties.

With the devices of the «Magnetism» section, study the electromagnetic field created by the current flowing in the conductors. The behavior of conductors will be processed by a special mathematical model along with the calculation of the scheme itself.

The Virtual Laboratory «Physics», section «Electromagnetic field. Faraday» allows:

  • Create electrical circuits and conduct school laboratory work and physical experiments with various equipment on electrostatics, electromagnetism, and the electromagnetic field.

  • Mathematically correctly calculate the behavior of the electrostatic charge on the surface or in the volume of dielectrics, the parameters of the electric current, the direction and force of the vectors of the magnetic field intensity in conductors and in electrical elements. For this, three-dimensional laboratory equipment and measuring instruments are available without restrictions on the number of objects used simultaneously in the Virtual Laboratory (the «sandbox» concept).

  • Use equipment from the «Electrostatics» and «Magnetism» sections in work: an electrophorus machine, a disk capacitor, a metal rod, a magnetic field detector (showing the direction of the vectors of the magnetic field intensity), a strip magnet, a horseshoe magnet, an electrodynamics frame, a magnetic arrow, a coil with a core, an electromagnetic stand, an electromagnetic solenoid, an electroscope (a demonstration device designed to indicate the presence of an electric charge in interacting charged (electrified) objects).

  • Control the elements of the assembled scheme during the experiment.

How to work with a Virtual Laboratory?