Lab Report #4 FINAL COPY

Lab Report #4 FINAL COPY - Section # 001 Experiment #: 4...

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N S + v B B ind I B B ind N S + v I B B ind S N + v I S N + v B B ind I N S + v B B ind I B B ind N S + v I B B ind S N + v I S N + v B B ind I N S + v B B ind I B B ind N S + v I -4 0 4 A B C Section # 001 Experiment #: 4 Date performed: 3-17-08 Date due: 3-31-08 Electricity from Motion (Induced Electromotive Force) Principal investigator: Simeon Cherrix_____________________________________ Skeptic: Clayton Spiceland_______________________________________ Researcher Jay Patel______________________________________________ TA Alec Sim_____________________________________________ Role I DC AD RC Q1 Q2 PI PG I introduction DC data and calculation AD analysis and discussion RC results and conclusion Q1/Q2 quiz/prelab PI principal investigator points PG personal grade
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Introduction: The purpose of the lab is to study the effects due to magnetic fields in motion and also to determine the qualitative features of electromagnetic induction. Procedure: 1. For the Part 1 of the lab, a solenoid was connected to a galvanometer, as shown in the data and calculations. First, the North pole was inserted into the coil, then in the opposite direction, with the South Pole first. Then, the magnitude and sign of the deflection on the galvanometer was recorded in μAmps. Also, an exact sketch is made of the solenoid, the direction of the velocity, the induced magnetic field, the induced current and the magnetic polarity of the solenoid induced in provided in the data and calculations portion of the report. 2. The magnet was inserted again following step 1, but with a faster speed and everything sketched again. Then, The South pole was inserted first and step 1 followed again for both, slow and fast speed. 3. For Part II of the lab, an electromagnet was constructed with the power supply off. In this set up the primary coil had a larger diameter wire and was connected to the DC power supply. The secondary coil was connected to the galvanometer. The DC power supply was set to LO and turned on. A prediction was made about which end of the primary coil is the north pole equivalent. The primary coil was inserted into the secondary coil to test this prediction. The results were recorded as described in Step 1. 4. The electromagnet was inserted again following step 3, but with a faster speed and everything sketched again. Then, the South pole was inserted first and step 3 followed again for both, slow and fast speed. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2008 for the course PHY 213 taught by Professor Cao during the Spring '08 term at Kentucky.

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Lab Report #4 FINAL COPY - Section # 001 Experiment #: 4...

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