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Closed loop induction Study?

  1. Jul 24, 2009 #1
    Searching on the net for "closed loop induction" refers mostly to motors. What terms would I use to find information on the dynamics, if I can call it that, the B field that is the out-come of an induced current in this closed loop coil? I would think that the coils architecture would produce various strengths/gauss readings at different points as well as set up pole orientation(s). Is there a study that addresses this?

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  3. Jul 24, 2009 #2
    The B field, or more exactly dB/dt, is the source of the output induction voltage. Freshman physics texts discuss the Faraday induction law. Also books that discuss transformers and inductance are good sources.
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