Axial Magnetic Considerations.
- Strictly speaking the Einstein/ Dehaas effect is talking about the
inertia of magnetism/ how it responds to axial rotation by a time
lag/ very analagous to how a DC inductor has a time lag of inductance
at which this time; stored energy as a magnetic field developes
instead of the instantaeous manifestation of that field.
Such being the case a magnetic axis itself may translate
instantaneous flux change to a recieving axial inductor only when the
speed of that axial rotation changes. So ordinarily when the axial
magnet poles are rotated; it is an axial rotation of north and south
poles rotating according to a specific orientation of spin; it does
not spin in two or three dimensions; as do random vectored
ferromagnetic domains do; it only spins in one. Likewise the
manifestions of that motionally derived flux change have an angle for
maximum reception, which is orthogonal to the source of that motional
emf. Thus two coils sharing the same axis of spin magnetically are
non receptive to each other; except for the instantaneous rate
changes between them; but afterwards a two dimensional spin as a
gyroscopic reaction takes place so the the (materially magnetised)
piece appears to move in that dimension of reception, but the
magnetic flux change does not. The spinning piece having acquired its
(extra) magnetic inertia via rotation through space itself means that
a magnet can be accelerated and suddenly stopped; and the reaction
flux change of the pivotal gyroscopic reactions can be measured.
Done for now.