Changing Magnetic Field Causes Induced Electric Field


by futurepocket
Tags: electric, field, induced, magnetic
futurepocket
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Mar23-11, 11:41 PM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
This is not really a question, just a concept I am trying to understand. I understand changing magnetic field induces an electric field - but how does it do this?


2. Relevant equations



3. The attempt at a solution
I figure since the changing magnetic field would induce a current in the wire (or loop), the current has a relationship with the induced electric field? I can't seem to figure out what the relationship is though, any ideas? Thanks!
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Mar24-11, 05:16 AM
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electric and magnetic fields go together, and are described by maxwell's equations.


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