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- State Farraday;s law for the magnitude of induced emf
- Define induced emf, induced current and electromagnetic induction
- State lenz’s law of electromagnetic induction
- Dimensional formula for induced emf, mutual inductance of two coils and coefficient of self induction
- Does lenz’s law holds for an open circuit?
- Two factors on which the self inductance of an air-core coil depends
- Name the quantity in electrical circuits which play the same role as inertia in mechanics
- Explain whether an induced current will be developed in a conductor, if it is moved parallel to a magnetic field
- A wire pointing north-south is dropped freely towards earth. Will any potential difference be induced across it’s ends?
- If the wire kept in the east-west direction be dropped freely, then?
- Prove that the dimensions of emf are same as those of rate of change of magnetic flux
- The SI unit of coefficient of induction is henry. Using any defining equation for coefficient of self induction or coefficient of mutual induction, show that 1 henry = 1 ohm-second
- Derivation of the formula V=Bvl when a straight conductor is moving in an uniform magnetic field
- Proof of Faraday’s law by explaining the electromagnetic induction in terms of Lorentz force
- What is coefficient of coupling?
- Mutual inductance of two coaxial solenoids and mutual inductance of two plane coils
- Formula for the self inductance of a long solenoid and of a plane coil
- Calculation of self inductance in series and parallel connections
- Detailed study of eddy current and its application
- The magnetic flux threading a coil changes from 12 x 10-3 Wb to 6 x 10-3 Wb in 0.01 second. Calculate the induced emf
- The magnetic flux through a coil perpendicular to its plane and directed into the paper varies with time t (in second)
ФB = (6t2 + 7t + 1) milliweber
- When the current flowing through a coil P decreases 0.50 A to 0.0 in 0.2 second, an emf of 60 volt is induced across the terminals of an adjacent coil Q. Calculate coefficient of mutual inductance of the coils P and Q
- A conducting rod of length L with one end is rotated with uniform angular speed ώ in a vertical plane normal to a uniform magnetic field B. Find an expression for the emf induced in this rod
- Two coils of self inductances L1 and L2 are placed so close that the effective flux in one is completely linked with the other. Find the mutual inductance M between them
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