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With this magnetic induction experiment I heated 2 liters of water from 13 to 30 degrees in 7:10 minutes with a consumption of 0.11 kWh. It is not a very efficient system for heating water, but it is interesting to see, with thermographic video footage, how the heat is generated and moved with this type of magnetic induction system.

Thanks to supermagnete.com for providing me with free magnets. Here are the magnets used in this experiment.
S-20-03-N https://sumag.net/s-20-03-n-x01
S-20-10-N https://sumag.net/s-20-10-n

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