I am fixed to find out the reason what makes the charges get separated in conductor causing an emf leading to induced current. A very good reason exists for motional emf. It can be explained with the help of F=qvBsinΘ.
That's a fair description, but whomever asked will likely want numbers. You might research Maxwell's equations.Thank you Simon---- nothing found so far----- I got a clue from Physics Forum that as changing magnetic fields produce changing electric fields no matter there is any conductor nearby or not---- So if a conductor is placed in a variable magnetic field, the electric field produced by this changing magnetic field will force separation of charges in the conductor causing induced emf----- This idea seems convincing but I need more authentic comments of more experienced fellows of PF------
By the way I am impressed and inwardly very happy that I have found a place where I ll be able to ask and share my queries. Thank you once again.
Dear Jeff --- agreed-- in most cases have no answers or explanations of natural phenomena and take them as axiomatic--- but luckily there are still a lot left where reasonable justifications can be given---- As physics teachers we are supposed to give justifications and explanations to our students for such happenings----That's a fair description, but whomever asked will likely want numbers. You might research Maxwell's equations.
Still, these equations describe what is happening, not why. These equations were found through observation. (Science is all about observation.) They are axiomatic and not usually explained.
I've never heard or read of an explanation about why the electromagnetic field inter-relates the way it does. It might have something to do with quantum probabilities. Perhaps someone on the quantum forum has a clue?
But remember science is about what is happening, measured through observation. We leave why to the philosophers and religious leaders.
Scientists rely on Science, not authority... the most experienced of people can still be wrong.I need more authentic comments of more experienced fellows of PF
Surely physics teachers should give lessons about physics.As physics teachers we are supposed to give justifications and explanations to our students for such happenings
Nature may need explaining, but never justification... we leave the "why" stuff to philosophers or we do our students an injustice. A scientific explaination [sic] is a description of how different phenomena may be related.