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HUKUM INDUKSI FARADAY 1 10.1 Hukum Induksi Faraday Hukum induksi Faraday menyatakan bahwa tegangan gerak elektrik imbas di dalam sebuah rangkaian adalahsama (kecualitandanegatifnya)dengan kecepatan perubahan fluks yang melalui rangkaian tersebut. Jika kecepatan perubahan fluks dinyatakan di dalam weber/sekon, maka tegangan gerak elektrik akan dinyatakan di dalam volt. 2 Didalambentukpersamaan: d B = dt...

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INDUKSI FARADAY 1 10.1 HUKUM Hukum Induksi Faraday Hukum induksi Faraday menyatakan bahwa tegangan gerak elektrik imbas di dalam sebuah rangkaian adalahsama (kecualitandanegatifnya)dengan kecepatan perubahan fluks yang melalui rangkaian tersebut. Jika kecepatan perubahan fluks dinyatakan di dalam weber/sekon, maka tegangan gerak elektrik akan dinyatakan di dalam volt. 2 Didalambentukpersamaan: d B = dt (10.1) InilahhukuminduksiFaraday. : JikaterdapatNlilitan,makapersamaan(10.1)dapatditulis d B = N dt (10.2) 3 HukumFaradaymenyatakanbahwa Sebuahkawatlurussepanjanglyang bergerakdengankecepatanvtegaklurus terhadapmedanmagnetBakanmendapatkan gglinduksiantarakeduaujungn asebesZr : = Blv (10.3) 4 Contoh1: Sebuah solenoida panjang mempunyai 200 lilitan/cm dan mengangkutsebuaharussebesar 1,5A,diameternyaadalah 3,0cm. Pada pusat solenoida ditempatkan sebuah koil yang terbungkus rapatyangdiameternya 2cm danyangterdiridari 100lilitan.Koil tersebut disusun sehingga B di pusat solenoida adalah sejajar dengan sumbunya. Arus di dalam solenoida direduksi menjadi sampai1,5Adidalam arahlain pada nol dankemudiandinaikkan kecepatan pertambahan yang tetap selama perioda 0,050 s. Berapakah tegangan gerak elektrik imbas yang muncul di dalam koilsewaktuarusdiubah? 5 10.2 Hukum Lenz HukumLenzmenyatakanbahwa: Arusimbasakanmunculdidalamarah yang sedemikianrupasehinggaarahtersebut menentangperubahan yang menghasilkannya. 6 Contoh2: Sebuah tongkat tembaga yang panjangnya L berotasi pada frekuensisudut didalamsebuahmedanmagnet B sepertiyang diperlihatkan pada gambar di bawah ini. Carilah tegangan gerak elektrik yang dikembangkan di antara kedua ujung tongkat tersebut. 7 10.3 Medan-medan magnet yang berubah dengan waktu Sebuah medan magnet yang berubah ubah akan menghasilkan sebuah medan listrik. Hukum induksi Faradaymenjadi: = E.dl d B E.dl = dt (10.4) 8 Contoh3: MisalkanBpadagambardibawahiniertambahdengan kecepatandB/dt.DanRadalahjarijaridaerahsilinderyang dianggapterdapatmedanmagnet.Berapakahbesarnyamedan listrikEpadasuatujarijarir?AnggaplahbahwadB/dt= 0,10T/s,r=5cmdanR=10cm. a. Untuk r< R b. Untuk r > R 9

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