Answer to Question #37833 in Mechanics | Relativity for JJ
why don't neodymium rod magnets, 1 inch thick by 5 inches long, magnetized through the length, all placed with same poles same direction on a ring of steel or other magnetic material, 18 inches diameter by eighth inch thick by 6 inches high (magnets placed across the height or width, if you will) push each other around the ring? Does the attraction to the steel override or overpower the repelling force of the magnets?
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