Lecture_24 - Magnetic force approach: B v q E q F tot ! ! !...

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Unformatted text preview: Magnetic force approach: B v q E q F tot ! ! ! ! ! + = ! = vB E L vB emf ! = I Use Faraday law: dt d emf mag ! " = A B mag ! = !" # t Lv B ! = " L vB t emf mag t ! " # = # #$ = lim I Faradays Law and Motional EMF dt d emf mag ! " = A n B ! = " ! ! cos Bwh = " t ( ) = Bwh cos t ( ) ( ) t dt d Bwh dt d emf mag ! cos " = # " = ( ) t Bwh emf ! ! sin = I Faradays Law and Generator dt d emf mag ! " = Two ways to produce curly electric field: 1. Changing B 2. Changing A ( ) A B dt d dt d mag ! = " dt dA B A dt dB ! ! + = Two Ways to Produce Changing A bar magnet falls through a long aluminum tube. Consider a circular path around the tube above the falling magnet. What is the direction of dt B d ! ! ? 1) +y (up) 2) y (down) 3) zero magnitude A bar magnet falls through a long aluminum tube. What is the direction of magnetic field at the location of the magnet, due to the current in the red loop? 1) +y (up) 2) y (down) 3) zero magnitude Three kinds of electric and magnetic effects on electrons in a wire 1. Coulomb electric field due to surface charges1....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PHYS 272 taught by Professor K during the Winter '07 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Lecture_24 - Magnetic force approach: B v q E q F tot ! ! !...

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