EMF in a straight wire

• ahmed963u2
Fleming's Right Hand Rule is a simplification of the law of electromagnetism. It states that the direction of the E.M.F. (electric field) is always perpendicular to the direction of the current flow. This rule can be used to determine the magnitude of an E.M.F. in any given situation.

Homework Statement

If the wire moved perpendicular to a magnetic field as in the fig. then the volt of point a is ( bigger than -smaller than-equal ) the volt of the point b

The Attempt at a Solution

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Hello ahmed,

PF takes a bit of getting used to. Reading the guidelines can help.
I can't do anything with your post: there is no question, no relevant equations, no attempt at solution.
In fact I can't even tell what kind of assistance you want ...

BvU said:
Hello ahmed,

PF takes a bit of getting used to. Reading the guidelines can help.
I can't do anything with your post: there is no question, no relevant equations, no attempt at solution.
In fact I can't even tell what kind of assistance you want ...
What do you mean?
E.m.f. induced in a straight conductor ( electromagnetic induction) and fleming right hand rule.
and I want to know if the voltage of point a is larger than the one of point b or vice versa.

ahmed963u2 said:
What do you mean?
E.m.f. induced in a straight conductor ( electromagnetic induction) and fleming right hand rule.
and I want to know if the voltage of point a is larger than the one of point b or vice versa.I also attached a figure to show the position of each points

ahmed963u2 said:

Homework Statement

If the wire moved perpendicular to a magnetic field as in the fig. then the volt of point a is ( bigger than -smaller than-equal ) the volt of the point b

The Attempt at a Solution

There are no equations given in the attached file

A complete statement of your problem should be included the the text of the thread, no matter what is stated in the title. That's why BvU said there was no question given .

You need to make (show) some attempt at arriving at a solution.

What is Fleming's Right Hand Rule, and how does it apply to this problem?

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