Hello, this is not a homework assignment. I am referencing an old assignment from a few semesters ago. I am curious if I can use the basic:
dB = mu/4pi dq * v X r /r^2; where dq = sigma*da=sigma*L*dx;
instead of just using Amp's Law.
this stuff was fun...dunno if i was at all correct...
A flat, rectangular coil of dimensions L and w is pulled with uniform speed v through a uniform magnetic field B with the plane of its area perpendicular to the field (the figure (Figure 1) ).
How is the emf zero?
My reasons as to why it's zero:
the trig part forces the problem to be...
I have no experience with upper level math. I am barely in ODE. Anyways, someone showed me this and I thought it was amazing. Basically everything I learned is wrong.
A thin spherical shell with radius = 3.00 is concentric with a larger thin spherical shell with radius 7.00 . Both shells are made of insulating material. The smaller shell has charge distributed uniformly over its surface, and the larger shell has charge distributed uniformly over its surface...