magnetic-field exposure is typically associated with microwave ovens, power lines, vacuum cleaners, and hair dryers.
The direct current from the motor generators is regulated so that the magnetic-field fluctuation is less than one part in 10,000.
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A magnetic field is said to exist in a region if a force can be exerted on a magnet. If a compass needle is deflected when it is put at a particular location, we say a magnetic field exists at that point, and the strength of the field is measured by the strength of the force of the compass needle. The Earth, the sun, and the Milky Way galaxy all have magnetic fields. All known magnetic fields are caused by the movement of electrical charges. Electrons in orbit in atoms give rise to magnetic fields, so that every atom is, like the Earth, surrounded by a magnetic field. (See magnet and magnetism.)