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Why will there be no induced current?

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Jul27-13, 05:49 PM
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Why will there not be an induced current in a field parallel to a current carrying wire?
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Will you please post the reference, textbook, paper, or whatever that is the source of your question?

Current cannot be induced in a field. Current needs some conductor like copper or ionized gas in order to flow.

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Jul28-13, 12:18 AM
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Why will there be no induced current?

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Jul28-13, 12:44 AM
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those pics are not referring to current induced into a field

and as bobby said ... it cannot be, so what really is your question ?

Jul28-13, 04:25 AM
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Why will there not be an induced current in a field parallel to a current carrying wire?
If no field lines cross (i.e., cut through) the enclosed area, there is no changing field. If there is no changing field, no voltage is being induced.

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