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daudaudaudau
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Nov20-12, 04:07 AM
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Hello.

Say I have a single turn of a coil in an external magnetic field. How do I calculate the voltage induced in this turn ? Initially I would use Faraday's law

∇E = -j ω B

But what should I use for B ? Will B not be a combination of both the external field as well as the field created by the current induced in the coil:

∇B = μ J = μ σ E

?

Suddenly the problem seems more complicated!
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