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EMF of specific points in a emf induced loop [closed]

A rectangular frame of wire abcd has dimensions 32cm x 8.0cm and a total resistance of 2.0Ω. It is pulled out of a magnetic field B = 0.020T by applying a force of 3.2 x 10^(-5)N. The frame moves with ...
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What is the QM equivalent of induction?

And regarding electron correlations, reciprocally what QM ones are strictly due to classical induction and near field effects? Edit: thanks to whoever thinks necessary to downvote questions without ...
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Transformer Equation Confusion

I have read some posts on here which I think to revolve around my problem too but couldn't really understand the explanations. So basically, I have seen how the Transformer equation is derived: $\...
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Infinite Electricity from Photon Inside Closed Box with Magnet Attached in a Coil? (Thought-experiment)

Let's say I have a very large box with a magnet attached to the outside. Inside the box there is a perfect mirror on each side. I open my box and quickly shoot in one photon before shutting it. After ...
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Can $F=qvB$ be applied to a solenoid and a parallel moving magnet?

If you take a scenario like this, Charge gathers at either end, and if you could somehow form a complete circuit without there being a canceling effect, there would be a current flowing. This makes ...
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What is the difference between Charge By Induction using two conductors, two insulators, and one conductor + one insulator?

I know that when you're charging by induction, it doesn't require two objects to contact for that to happen. Let's say you have two Van de Graaff generators that are initially at neutral charge. Let's ...
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Motional EMF with a rod in a closed loop

Let me preface this by saying that while this is a problem which came from my college physics class, it was not a graded assignment, it was optional study material (and you can see from the photo I've ...
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Could magnetic fields really be completely substituted by relativity and electric fields?

In many textbooks (especially those for undergraduate level), magnetic fields are described merely as a relativistic side product of electric fields when considering frames in motion relative to ...
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Simple question regarding electrostatics (charged glass rod to oil and water)

How come a steady stream of oil got repelled by a positively charged glass rod, whereas if water were used instead, it became attracted to the rod all of a sudden? Is it because water is inherently ...
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Current induced by permanent magnet moving along toroid coil

(It's not really shown in the pictures, but please assume that the coils are included in a closed circuit in both configurations. Maybe they could serve as a tension source in their respective circuit ...
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Self-induction and conservation of energy [closed]

back EMF when switch is open is greater than back EMF when it is on; is that opposes the law of conservation of energy?
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Scientific reason behind electromagnetic induction [duplicate]

What actually happens inside a loop when placed in a changing magnetic field that EMF gets induced across it? And also if it is connected and the direction of the magnetic field is changed then ...
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EM Induction in non-uniformly conducting ohmic toroid, thought experiment

Assume that there's a conducting toroid with radius of revolution $R$ and an own radius of $D$ so that the cross section of the toroid is given by $\pi D^2$ Assume that there's a circular region of ...
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Induction coil varies voltage

I was recently given this question by a friend as part of her homework: The gist of the question is: Say I have a laboratory induction coil with a primary coil which I can slide in and out of the ...
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Now what will happen in this circuit?

Consider a circuit as shown in this figure below- Assuming switch S1 is closed such that current flows in loop ABCDE for a long time and steady state is reached. Now, my question is simple, suppose (...
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Why is the integration constant in a purely inductive AC circuit assumed to be zero?

While studying about AC circuits, I came across the usual differential equation of an AC circuit (in which the voltage across the source is a sinusoidal function of time) containing an inductor only. ...
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Please help identify this physics apparatus!

This was my grandfather’s and have no idea what it is only that it is some piece of physics equipment! The main black cylinder doesn’t seem like it wants to rotate but not sure if it should?
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How to calculate the limits for volume and mass for induction heating samples?

I'm evaluating the feasibility of using volumetric induction heating to quickly heat up steel molds. One thing I have come across is that induction heating really only works for surface heating or for ...
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Is there is any way to prove the Faraday's law of induction?

I want to know if there is any way to prove the Faraday's law or is it just an experimental observed phenomena? More specifically, is there any reason why the proportionality constant is 1? How did ...
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Is Faraday's induction principle applicable in outer space?

Is it possible for an AC generator to actually generate electricity let's say being in a ship orbiting Mars or on the surface of the moon? Does Faraday's principle require the magnetig field of the ...
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Faraday's law intuition

I am trying to understand Faradays law of Induction. As far as I know when we are speaking about the E field we mean the field caused by charges(stationary or moving) whose value we can calculate by ...
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Electromagnetism— why do we only care about flux inside the loop? In other words, why is the area in 'φ=AB' the area bounded by the loop?

When we calculate the emf induced by placing a loop of wire inside a changing magnetic field, why do we use the area bounded by the loop to calculate total flux and then the rate at which it changes? ...
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How is it possible that the two voltmeters in parallel measure these different voltages

I'm currently studying induction law and circuits with inductors. I came however with the following circuit: Now my text says the following: "Unlike what your intuition might tell you, oscilloscopes ...
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Is induced EMF proportional to the square of the number of turns of a solenoid?

In order for this question to be clear I must first give some context: Consider a 10cm long solenoid (solenoid A) of radius approximately 1cm with 400 turns. Let the current in $A$, $I_A$, ...
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What happens when a super large charge is brought close to a conductor with limited supply of charges?

Imagine the following induction scenario: a super large charge +Q is brought close to a real conductor with limited supply of charges; that is, the total charge of all electrons inside this conductor ...
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Can Kirchhoff's Voltage Law be applied here?

First, consider a simple circuit comprising of an ideal battery of EMF: E and a single resistor of resistance R. Imagine that the switch is opened in the circuit. In the battery, some internal ...
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Faraday's law superconducting [duplicate]

When we say flux can't be changed through superconducting coil , because resistance is zero , So this implies there is no induced emf in the coil , If it is so what makes current flow in the coil ...
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Self induced EMF in DC

Why is self induced emf much greater than the source voltage in a DC supply when the switch is opened?
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Difference between induced emf in a loop and a wire

In the given figure, I was asked to calculate induced emf in the loop and individual wires of the triangle. I have a doubt that when I am calculating the emf of the whole loop, between which two ...
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Inductor in A.C. Circuit

I am reading about inductors connected in A.C. Circuits. I understand mathematically that the current lags behind voltage. But what is the physical explanation for this? My understanding: As the emf ...
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Magnetic field inside conductor and linearity of eddy currents

Eddy currents are currents that are generated in a conductor to produce magnetic fields that oppose the magnetic field originally produced by current flowing in the conductor. The figure below (from ...
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Will a pulsating electron beam passing through a copper pipe induce eddy currents within the copper pipe?

If a pulsating electron beam is beamed down the center of a copper pipe, so as to not make any physical contact with the pipe, the beam should create a pulsating magnetic field that will not change in ...
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Electromagnetic induction and magnetic field (conducting rail problem)

Since we know the work done by a magnetic field is zero.now how does the magnetic field changes the kinetic energy of rod when it applies force BIL (where I is current at any instant) moreover if we ...
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Self Induction and Inductance [closed]

A coil with zero resistance has its ends labeled a and b. The potential at a is higher than at b. Which of the following could be consistent with this situation? Mark all that apply a. The current ...
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Can I induce AC current with a straight piece of wire and a spinning magnet?

The idea is, I have a fast spinning magnet and next to it a wire (with 2 free ends). When the + pole is next to the wire it will attract the electrons, and when the - pole is by the wire it will ...
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Is electromagnetic induction a result of the Hall effect?

I know that an EMF is induced when there's a change in magnetic flux through a conducting surface. Is this due to the Hall effect? By this I mean, do the delocalised electrons in the conductor ...
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Energy conservation in induction

Let's say we have 2 inductively coupled circuits with mutual inductance M, and Circuit 1 ist connected to a power source, changing its current by $\frac{dI_1}{dt}$, then the potential induced in ...
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Effect of greater coils on induced current in a solenoid

Simple case:- A bar magnet is inserted into a solenoid with 'n' turns at velocity 'v'. The current is measured using an ammeter that is part of the complete circuit of the solenoid. My question is ...
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Do magnets attract magnetic materials by inducing magnetism in them?

Here are 2 concise excerpts from a book I have been reading:- 1.A permanent magnet produces its own magnetic field. An induced magnet is a material that becomes a magnet when it is placed in a ...
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Induced EMF problem (rotating conductor loop)

I have a question in my book and it’s confusing me a bit. I tried to search online for similar solved problems but couldn’t succeed. So here it goes: Calculate the induced EMF in a conductor loop ...
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When a charged rod is brought close to a conducting metal of any shape, is the magnitude of charge induced on the metal same as that of on the rod?

I think the question title is clear. What happens when other conducting metals are also around the rod? How could you explain intuitively?
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Statement of Lenz's law

In Lenz's law we state that direction of the induced current is such that it opposes the cause that produces it. But can we state the direction of induced emf instead of current? If by direction ...
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Will salt water spin if put in place of rotor in induction motor?

If I have a bottle of salt water and put it in place of rotor in induction motor, will the salt water spin ? Why / why not ?
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Comments on the Magnitude of Induced Charge

Is it necessary that the induced charge be always less than or equal to the inducing charge? Why can't it be greater? Could someone please explain why this happens, and to what extent can we comment ...
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Finding induced magnetic field strength given current.

I'm working on a project involving a Tesla Coil, and I was hoping to figure out how strong an induced magnetic field would be with an input voltage of X. Is there an equation to help solve this? I'm ...
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What does inductance mean?

I have the following notion of inductance. When a current flows through a conductor a magnetic field is set up. Depending on the shape of the conductor we get a magnetic flux through the conductor. ...
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Self Induction: Why does light bulb flash when circuit switched off and not when switched on?

When the switch is closed the current through the coil changes and hence so does the magnetic flux around the coil. This induces an emf in the coil which, in accordance with Lenz's law, will oppose ...
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What would happen if i move a rectangle shaped conductor in a magnetic field?

I know that in situation II there will be a induction current; and there will be no induction current because of the constant magnetic flux in situation I; but when we move a linear conductor in a ...
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Inductors in a.c. circuit problem

As written in my book and as I saw on some videos about inductors that in an ac circuit if an inductor is connected with an a.c. source then the induced emf would be the same voltage as the source ...
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Vector calculus and principle of reciprocity MRI

I'm studying the principle of reciprocity for the MRI. At some point during a calculation the book states that: $$\oint d\vec{l} \cdot \left[\int d^3r' \frac{\vec{\nabla'}\times\vec{M}(\vec{r}')}{\...