I decided to join this forum because we were baffled on the following fact made by a professor. We were hoping to get this cleared up here, since the prof said the math was complicated.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Let's assume any arbitrary circuit (forming an area) moving at velocity v through a perpendicular field B to the plane of the area of the circuit. Now, the change in magnetic flux is 0 in constant v. However, it was pointed out that it is not 0 in any acceleration.

Our prof pointed out that it can be imagined as an increasing area as a magnetic lawnmower increases in speed.

How are the mathematics applied to this sort of problem?

Thank you!

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# Faraday's Law with Acceleration

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