Threads Tagged with faraday's law Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views http://tap.iop.org/fields/electromagnetism/414/img_full_46963.gif In the classic problem of the induced EMF in a... Aug19-13 12:27 PM cabraham 10 582 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data When putting a magnet into a solenoid, under what... Jul28-13 12:51 AM m1rohit 6 370 Introductory Physics Homework Quick question. I'm currently(started today) working on research centered Faraday's Law with an application in... May22-13 07:53 PM KSulli 2 581 General Physics 1. A rectangular wire loop (length 60 cm, width 40 cm) lies completely within a perpendicular and uniform magnetic... Apr17-13 10:17 PM berkeman 13 2,369 Introductory Physics Homework Hi all, I have a conceptual difficulty with the idea of induction of a current in a wire due to a changing magnetic... Jan11-13 12:39 PM LastOneStanding 2 524 Introductory Physics Homework Can electric field be induced at a point near a time varying uniform magnetic field? "Near" means not the in the place... Dec20-12 09:35 AM dev70 14 1,443 Classical Physics I've just got confused about how the induced current in a metallic ring is calculated. Consider a metallic ring... Dec14-12 06:00 PM Enthalpy 2 400 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data... Nov30-12 10:13 PM iDFLO 2 3,778 Introductory Physics Homework I was wondering if my understanding on Magnetic flux and Faraday's law was correct or not, is this okay? Magnetic... Nov25-12 04:24 PM ky678 0 478 Introductory Physics Homework I am curious if there are any issue with commuting the curl of a vector with the partial time derivative? For... Oct19-12 11:03 AM Trifis 13 2,976 Classical Physics Hi, In class we were discussing the effects of a two bar magnets being dropped through a copper tube at around the... Apr26-12 03:43 AM Xiao10 2 1,188 Classical Physics Hi, I am doing coursework on Faraday's law of induction. My assignment was to carry out experiments which confirm... Mar20-12 06:30 PM rock.freak667 1 1,293 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An infinite straight wire carries a current I that... Mar8-12 07:01 PM Redbelly98 3 3,911 Introductory Physics Homework *This isn't a problem so much as needing to fill in the gaps from a lecture where I was taking notes on painkillers... Nov19-11 05:24 PM WJSwanson 0 1,413 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A rod rotates clockwise about a point as pivot with... May4-11 11:24 AM sdcmma 0 2,356 Introductory Physics Homework According to the faraday's law,the induced emf is proportional to the magnetic flux change linking the... Feb24-11 09:00 PM Redbelly98 8 2,752 General Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Using the third and fourth of Maxwell’s equation in... Dec1-10 12:01 AM Schr0d1ng3r 4 2,181 Introductory Physics Homework Hello everyone, I need help designing a Faraday Generator suit. It's basically a bunch of small Faraday generators... Oct27-10 12:55 PM berkeman 7 2,554 Electrical Engineering I am a bit depressed, I have just finished my PhD as a physicist and cannot work out this simple question. I am... Jun17-10 05:59 PM Antiphon 5 2,202 General Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The problem can be found Here (page 10 and 11) Question... May13-10 01:51 PM Stonebridge 3 3,321 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data for a generator in a series alternating current... Mar31-10 09:23 PM Mindscrape 1 1,236 Introductory Physics Homework Ok... so there really isn't a homework problem that goes directly with what I am asking... I just want to understand... Mar13-10 08:03 AM ehild 2 1,251 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Have been given the task of creating a circuit powered... Jan18-10 06:52 AM Relay 18 3,698 Introductory Physics Homework I read the paper of Hehl and Obukhov (A gentle introduction to the foundations of classical electrodynamics: The... Aug16-09 01:29 PM Ben Niehoff 2 848 Classical Physics Problem #1: The problem is this: A bar is attached to two rods and its acceleration is increasing towards the... Apr19-09 12:36 AM LowlyPion 1 1,146 Introductory Physics Homework