Electromagnetic force is one of the four fundamental forces known to occur in nature. This force results in a physical interaction that occurs between electrically charged particles. The electromagnetic effect describes the electrical and magnetic forces or effects produced by an electric current.
The electromagnetic effect is used to create electricity in a generator using a process called electromagnetic induction. This process involves the movement of a magnetic field inside a conductive material or wire that results in voltage and current being created within the conductive material. Electromagnetic induction is also called the generator effect. At the consumer end of the electric delivery system the electromagnetic effect is utilized to create the work that drives our electric equipment and appliances.