Students will learn how to determine the flux and how to calculate the induced voltage. In addition, Students will learn Lenz law and how to use it to determine the direction of the induced current in a loop of wire.
What electromagnetic induction is and how it occurs, the current produced from it and how it is used.
A great video that shows how induction cooktops are made, courtesy of Discovery / Science Channel
Provides a physics explanation to the famous ring launcher demonstration.
Determining whether or not a current will be induced in a circuit given a scenario
Determining the effect of changing the angle between a magnetic field and a circuit on the induced voltage and current
Determining the effect of changing the number of magnetic field lines on the induced voltage and current
Determining the effect of changing the velocity, the length of wire, and the strength of the magnetic field on the induced voltage and current
Determining the magnitude of induced current using the equation I = emf / R
Determining the direction of induced current by applying Lenz's law
Determining the magnetic flux through a circuit using the equation Φ[B ]= ABcosθ
Solving problems involving Faraday's law and the magnitude of induced emf using the equation emf = -NΔϕ[M]/Δt = -NΔ
A changing magnetic field will induce a current that opposes the changing magnetic field. Calculate directions and electromagnetic flux.
This study guide reviews electromagnetism concepts: magnetic field and field lines, first right hand rule, magnetic flux, solenoid, electromagnetic induction, force on charged particle, second right hand rule, and inductance.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Inductance.