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robert25pl
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A magnetic field is given in the xz-plane by B=Bo/x j Wb/M^2. Consider a rigid square loop situated in the xz-plane with its vertices at (Xo,Zo), (Xo,Zo+b),(Xo+a,Zo+b) and (Xo+a,Zo). If the loop is moving in that plane with the velocity [tex]V = V_{o}\vec{i}[/tex] m/s what is the induced emf using Faraday's law
Can someone check my magnetic flux set up
[tex]\psi=\int_{s}B\cdot\,ds=\int_{x=0}^{x+Vot} \int_{z=0}^{b}\frac{Bo}{x}\vec{j}\cdot\, dx\,dz\vec{j}[/tex]
Can someone check my magnetic flux set up
[tex]\psi=\int_{s}B\cdot\,ds=\int_{x=0}^{x+Vot} \int_{z=0}^{b}\frac{Bo}{x}\vec{j}\cdot\, dx\,dz\vec{j}[/tex]