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Lab 8 Faraday's Law of Induction

Lab 8 Faraday's Law of Induction - Lab 8 Lab Report(100 pts...

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Unformatted text preview: Lab 8 Lab Report (100 pts) Name: PHYS 1214 (£14 Section: “‘3‘ Day and Time: « ‘0 a! ‘ A “ Station Check-in: :3 4 PART 1 Lower with Increasing Speed: South Pole Down 1St Peak ACIDB (area) = 0W0“ "1‘3 2nd Peak A<I>B (area) = “1‘3"”??? V-s Percent Difference of Area Magnitudes Igor-Y -« 3-074/ ~ *' 1’00 w $12,) 21—(047 /7% Sketch general shape of graphs for each. South Pole Down Potential vs. Time it} e *5? E .72 'E .9. o “ I 4a"? w 95 Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction Time (ms) Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction Raise with Increasing Speed South Pole Down 1st Peak ACDB (area) = 0 ' fl 6 V 2nd Peak , ACDB (area) = a 01”?“ V-s Percent Difference of Area Magnitudes /0;02€ v 01012; W t . 3‘ f/ 5-7 7? .w .3 \- >x /5” Sketch general shape of graphs for each. South Pole Down Potential vs. Time 0.7/66 Potential (V) w 0-6359 96 X . '5 79 Q; as} 4% 1a ‘a‘éa‘k‘ab ‘12; 7% "5* “23.9% Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction PART 2 Raise with Decreasing Speed South Pole Down 1St Peak ACIDB (area) = C7. 025 V-s 2“d Peak ACID}; (area) = "'0: LS V-s Percent Difference of Area Magnitudes O Sketch general shape of graphs for each. South Pole Down Potential vs. Time 0. “H3 ~«- Potential (V) r 0.1.653 97 Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction Lower with Decreasing Speed South Pole Down 1St Peak A<DB (area) = 0‘5 LS V-s 2nd Peak ND]; (area) V‘s Percent Difference of Area Magnitudes 0% Sketch general shape of graphs for each. South Pole Down ang p) _ ‘A , Potentialvs.TIme Potential (V) l {3 3» c‘ 98 PART 3 Raise with Constant Speed South Pole Down 15t Peak ACIDB (area) = {0"}??? Vs 2nd Peak ACIDB (area) = — 04722 V-s Percent Difference of Area Magnitudes Sketch general shape of graphs for each. South Pole Down Potential vs. Time Potential (V) \ p “:3 99 Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction Time (ms) Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction Lower with Constant Speed South Pole Down 1St Peak ~ ACDB (area) = a "7 Z‘ / V‘s 2nd Peak ND]; (area) = “0‘5”??? V-s Percent Differenee of Area Magnitudes {0.01% 0.02.2} “mama..wum . ; z .3" ‘ ‘L Sketch generai shape of graphs for each. South Pole Down Potential vs. Time Potential (V) 100 a V ; (ng " I 1 [ PART 4 Lower with Increasing Speed: North Pole Down 1st Peak ACDB (area) = " O' W 2nd Peak 0 0 Z C ACIDB (area) = ’ ‘ f V's Percent Difference of Area Magnitudes *\ ,w V; V 7». . RMMLMMWW‘HM ND : 7/ V / Sketch general shape of graphs for each. North Pole Down ,M Potential vs. Time Oflbf'” Potential (V) 101 ZZ- f? 9/? Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction \ 0 Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction Raise with Increasing Speed North Pole Down 15t Peak AQDB (area) = ’ 0' 023 V 211d Peak ACIDB (area) = 50” V-s Percent Difference of Area Magnitudes /0,02:<— - lax” v .. W~ a l a Sketch general shape of graphs for each. North Pole Down Potential vs. Time GHQ 0 Potential (V) S N Wm! I I 102 Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction Questions 1. For each part, is the incoming flux consistent with the outgoing flux? (refer to your percent differences) Explain your reasoning. \ i r” :r . 5- . E r, . 4 ,r g . ~.- E «A *3“? p21 QEEXM / V fig p 5%,: gr. can; 3 55;; p: JV I v e - r r C! I f 5‘ . 3: a. , . e . , 1 L ‘ a ~ a ‘ » rs . in"; » ’ #3 3 e" ’9'; 34533; 1 v " “" “A! 5‘ i 4" 5 Q '2 ii "z /< 65 0. All“ {1' I i/ i" ‘1 Law, ism? 2. In each instance, why are the peaks opposite in direction? ‘ gig/wastage M mgi'L‘ SA 0‘5“; ‘3“ *5 ,m: >_ A r V 1" AM“ Qp‘itw Qm iii/mi; gm". 3. For parts 1 and 2, are the magnitudes of the maximum potentials of the two peaks different? What causes this? i » 11L ,r 4“ g l /- «p 7" (J t . I V, ..-r m :2 [31M / , . i 5‘? MAJ: V’Lflgg‘ +£9Wrgse, a C, [a H: it? if; A [Kink Lil/314v a o For parts 1 and 2, are the widths of the peaks different? What causes this? is hears, 4’ ‘ ~ ~' 71mg, ' (firmer) a“ 23 V v i / A,‘ a. ,"V ‘5“. J K i. J a ‘ w ‘; p137, kw , f, ,3, g ,y if j! ; 1" .5 a 1.1%. r a; ff; ‘ {5" a “\qfa V»! a x! f Er 5'; ‘ ' ‘ > r I it x I, if" fig: 55 .e i. T 4. For part 3, how does the shapg of/the first peak compare with the second peak? Is this what you expect to happen? Explain; ’ ‘- an“! ,t SW 5543‘ 2:51 1: J‘- i 3 A ‘ - ‘ 7 ' ' " f , I / 1 ~., r7: v ‘ x} X11 ’ “a 1.4 nix-{:52 - ' If wt Li ' 1' x ._ / {:1} OI ifi' .‘y N as»! owimrt' 292953 ‘57! 103 Lab 8 Faraday’s Law of Induction 5. Consider the graphs obtained for the lowering of the magnet through the coil with the north pole down and the graph for the lowering the magnet through the coil with the south pole down. How do these graphs compare? Briefly explain your reasoning. ‘i a Q.) mixci'lis /A'7 do-w m I e [a C “Vt bug”: 6 5:4 r 5,: 7:3 gtnélfiilg xii A; Ag: wééiam « ‘“ ' a" ' i ‘ 7%; gm viz; " We 2 {viii ; , a: ‘ng )3 E « z l {I '1 " 4 07 VIM 070 fig E g c; g V ,r [i 6. Consider the graphs obtained for the raising the magnet through the coil with the south pole down and the graph for the lowering of the magnet through the coil with the south pole down. How do these graphs compare? Briefly main 193: reasoning. MW! w 3 7 i W v r - W i V Wk 5 -,A a- a {3* ,, ‘ ‘" “L 9w 1,4 g? t Hg fig {5 smut fl 7. What does the graph look like if the magnet is held stationary above the coil? Explain why the graph looks like this. x 5 4 1} £8“ W M \ r { V I ‘ p a \r x i :4 a; 3 f iii/y 1W5. fix; it! 9 7/ i) fi‘ (1 ’3 ” u «(1 gm? \ P v“ i V “if”; r if m 5"” , 39 3;” 3’ j 1‘ l “93%) t 4 f» 2: T‘ p » ‘ 104 ...
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