# Faraday's law in superconducting loop

Let's say that you have a superconducting loop (resistivity=0 exactly) whose area is increasing in a uniform non-changing magnetic field. Obviously there will be a CHANGING flux associated with the superconducting circuit and hence cyclic integral of $$E.dl$$ is non zero. But $$E=0$$ in a superconductor which implies integral of $$E.dl$$ is zero. How to resolve this paradox?

• I've removed some comments discussing the edit history of this question. – rob Jul 17 '18 at 15:46

Obviously there will be a CHANGING flux associated with the superconducting circuit

It's true that the magnetic flux threading the loop, due to the external magnetic field, is increasing.