- Sep 26, 2021
The magnets would be permanent magnets inside the cooling system, the away to get them to rotate and pump cooling fluid would be with electromagnets on the outside, which would need constant power to drive them when the cooling system is active.I don't think so. It states that magnets are used to move the liquid through the tubes. I'd imagine these to be permanent magnets, rather that an electromagnetic design. Neodymium magnets, maybe? It could be that the liquid viscosity changes in the hotter part of the loop too, which might influence the liquid in the magnetic field. *Just me making an uninformed guess. I've forgotten a large part of my physics and magnetism training.* Again, just my guess.