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Moving a magnet in and out of a solenoid makes a current flow in the solenoid. I know that a changing magnetic field induces emf in a conductor but what about a moving magnetic field ? Are eddy currents present in the solenoid (above) ?
Magnetic fields don't move. Fields don't move. A field has a value at every point in space, and those values could change or stay the same.
When you move a permanent magnet, then the magnetic field around it changes and there are induced electric fields.
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