I am working with the Problem which I've seen in a book. That Problem was : https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/227582/direction-of-induced-current
I can't find any meaningful explanation for this problem in any source. So, I am working with this problem. The answer of the first question is No Current is induced in the chord between the loop. And the Answer of the second question is No Current induced in connector. And in all the current is in clockwise direction.
Here, I have many questions regarding Electromagnetic Induction, and I don't think any theory provides its answer. If there is a theory please help me. I am a 12th grade student but cannot find the answer of these questions.
In my efforts to answer these problem,
I am confused how to apply lenz's law here?
Sudden Question arises, why Current or EMF is not generetad in unclosed wire. I know Maxwell's equation is defined on closed integral, but it doesn't means that unclosed wire don't generate current and emf.
If we are not going to apply Lenz's law, we should take interest in Induced Electric Field. (Maybe Electric field is zero in that connectors. But How?)
I 've read Halliday, Rennik, Walker's Fundamental Physics extended on Google books. But still confused about Induced electric field. How Symmetry implies Direction of Induced Electric field is tangential.
I know I've many questions and should not type it here together. But My main question is to find the direction of induced current in the figure given in the link.
- Another Question is what about induced emf and induced current in a circuit rather than a loop? Are there any answers?