problem29_63 - 29.63 a d(v B dr 2 r Bdr L 0 rBdr 1 2 L B...

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29.63: a) = = = × = L B ωL rBdr ε Bdr r d 0 2 2 1 ) ( ϖ ϖ r B v . V 0.164 2 T) (0.650 m) (0.24 ) sec rad (8.80 2 = = b) The potential difference between its ends is the same as the induced emf.
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