Kapoor (mk9499) – oldmidterm 03 – Turner – (60230)
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001
10.0 points
A copper strip (8
.
47
×
10
22
electrons per cu
bic centimeter) 7
.
4 cm wide and 0
.
02 cm thick
is used to measure the magnitudes oF un
known magnetic felds that are perpendicular
to the strip.
The charge on the electron is 1
.
6
×
10

19
C.
±ind the magnitude oF
B
when the current
is 24 A and the Hall voltage is 1
.
8
μ
V.
Correct answer: 0
.
20328 T.
Explanation:
Let :
n
=8
.
47
×
10
22
cm

3
,
.
47
×
10
28
m

3
,
q
=1
.
6
×
10

19
C
,
t
=0
.
02 cm = 0
.
0002 m
,
w
=7
.
4 cm = 0
.
074 m
,
I
= 24 A
,
and
V
H
.
8
μ
V = 1
.
8
×
10

6
V
.
The current in the metal strip is
I
=
nq v
d
A
=
d
(
wt
)
v
d
w
=
I
nq t
The Hall voltage is
V
H
=
v
d
wB
B
=
V
H
v
d
w
B
=
nq tV
H
I
=
(8
.
47
×
10
28
m

3
) (1
.
6
×
10

19
C)
24 A
×
(0
.
0002 m) (1
.
8
×
10

6
V)
=
0
.
20328 T
.
002
10.0 points
A small rectangular coil composed oF 49 turns
oF wire has an area oF 41 cm
2
and carries a
current oF 1
.
2 A. When the plane oF the coil
makes an angle oF 36
◦
with a uniForm magnetic
feld, the torque on the coil is 0
.
05 N m.
What is the magnitude oF the magnetic
feld?
Correct answer: 0
.
256361 T.
Explanation:
Let :
N
= 49 turns
,
I
.
2A
,
θ
= 36
◦
,
A
= 41 cm
2
.
0041 m
2
,
and
τ
.
05 N m
.
The magnetic Force on the current is
'
F
=
I
'
&
×
'
B
and the torque is
'τ
=
'
r
×
'
F
,
so the torque on the loop due to the magnetic
feld is
τ
=2
Fr
cos
θ
=(
N I & B
)
w
cos
θ
=
N I B
(
& w
) cos
θ
=
N I B A
cos
θ ,
where
A
is the area oF the loop and
θ
is the
angle between the plane oF the loop and the
magnetic feld.
The magnetic feld From above is
B
=
τ
N I A
cos
θ
=
0
.
05 N m
(49 turns) (1
.
2 A) (0
.
0041 m
2
) cos(36
◦
)
=
0
.
256361 T
.
003
10.0 points
Given:
Assume the bar and rails have neg
ligible resistance and Friction.
In the arrangement shown in the fgure,
the resistor is 6 Ω and a 7 T magnetic feld
is directed into the paper.
The separation
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between the rails is 5 m
.
Neglect the mass of
the bar.
An applied force moves the bar to the left
at a constant speed of 5 m
/
s
.
m
±
1g
5m
/
s
6Ω
7T
I
At what rate is energy dissipated in the
resistor?
Correct answer: 5104
.
17 W.
Explanation:
Basic Concept:
Motional
E
E
=
B & v .
Ohm’s Law
I
=
V
R
.
Solution:
The motional
E
induced in the
circuit is
E
=
B & v
= (7 T) (5 m) (5 m
/
s)
= 175 V
.
From Ohm’s law, the current ±owing through
the resistor is
I
=
E
R
=
B & v
R
=
(7 T) (5 m) (5 m
/
s)
R
= 29
.
1667 A
.
The power dissipated in the resistor is
P
=
I
2
R
=
B
2
&
2
v
2
R
2
R
=
B
2
&
2
v
2
R
=
(7 T)
2
(5 m)
2
(5 m
/
s)
2
(6 Ω)
= 5104
.
17 W
.
Note:
First of four versions.
004
10.0 points
A coil is wrapped with 582 turns of wire on
the perimeter of a circular frame (of radius
37 cm). Each turn has the same area, equal
to that of the frame.
A uniform magnetic
²eld is directed perpendicular to the plane of
the coil. This ²eld changes at a constant rate
from 22 mT to 64 mT in 54 ms.
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