Examples of systems that generate C-EMF?

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This is known as Faraday's Law of Induction.In summary, the conversation discusses systems that can generate C-EMF, such as an electric motor, and the concept of changing electromagnetic fields. It is explained that a simple inductor can generate a counter EMF when the current through it is changing, and that a changing EM field can be caused by a change in magnitude or position. This is known as Faraday's Law of Induction.
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Hi,Do you know systems that generate C-EMF?
Set ups like an Electric Motor? What other system do you have in mind?

Another thing.
I know that CEMF is caused by a changing electromagnetic field. How can an electromagnetic field be changed? Please elaborate! Miyze,
 
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A simple inductor generates a counter EMF when the current through it is changing. This change in current flow causes the magnetic field produced by the current to change in magnitude. When the magnitude changes the field induces an EMF in the coils of the inductor that is opposite to the applied EMF driving the current flow.

As for a changing EM field, it's simply that the magnitude of the field must change or the position in a non-uniform field must change. So when you move a magnet into a coil the magnetic field through the coil is changing as the magnet approaches, which induces a current through the coil.
 

Related to Examples of systems that generate C-EMF?

What is C-EMF?

C-EMF stands for "Corona-Electromagnetic Field", which is a type of electromagnetic field that is generated by systems with high voltages or currents. It is often seen as a glow or halo around power lines or other high voltage equipment.

What are some examples of systems that generate C-EMF?

Some examples of systems that generate C-EMF include power lines, transformers, high voltage power cables, and electrical substations. Any system that has high voltage or current levels can potentially generate C-EMF.

Is C-EMF dangerous to human health?

There is currently no conclusive scientific evidence that C-EMF has any negative effects on human health. However, it is recommended to maintain a safe distance from high voltage equipment to avoid any potential risks.

How can C-EMF be measured?

C-EMF can be measured using specialized equipment such as an EMF meter or a gaussmeter. These devices can detect and measure the strength of the electromagnetic field in a given area.

Are there any regulations or guidelines for exposure to C-EMF?

Different countries and organizations may have their own regulations or guidelines for exposure to C-EMF. For example, the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) has set guidelines for exposure to electromagnetic fields, including C-EMF. It is important to adhere to these guidelines to ensure safety.

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