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Faraday's experiment: Describe the rate of change of the current in a primary solenoid at different points in a given cycle. What effect would this have had on the magnetic flux passing through the secondary solenoid?

Answer #1

Faraday's law states that a changing magnetic field will create
an electric field that curls around the magnetic field. To quantify
this, we use the expression of flux (Φ) which is the magnetic field
strength multiplied by the area (A) it’s passing through. This is
given by: Φ = ??
The electric field is applied to the outside edge of this area.
This created an electric potential that is referred to as an
electro-motive force (EMF, ε). Faraday’s law can...

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hypothesis for this experiment in the if/then/because format, i.e.
fill in the blanks: If (we perform this
experiment) , then (we expect these
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connected to it. The secondary has 20 turns. Calculate the voltage
on the secondary
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in the secondary
C) A device requires 40W of power to function. Given 120V are
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4. Explain why when the switch is on, and there is a direct
current through the circuit, there is no induced electric current
in that coil.
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I. Objectives
1. Verify the Faraday-Lenz‘s Law
2. Perform measurements with a set of coils to understand how a
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II. Theory
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If you pass a current through a wire, you can create a magnetic
field. In this class we examine the field from three specific
configurations: an infinitely-long straight wire, a compact loop of
wire (possibly with multiple turns, a coil), or an infinitely long
solenoid (think of an infinitely-long cylinder of loops made by
wrapping a single wire). See the text for an extended description
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A 2.10 mHmH toroidal solenoid has an average radius of 5.60 cmcm
and a cross-sectional area of 2.80 cm2cm2.
Part A
How many coils does it have? In calculating the flux, assume
that BB is uniform across a cross section, neglect the variation of
BB with distance from the toroidal axis.
Part B
At what rate must the current through it change so that a
potential difference of 2.80 VV is developed across its ends?
Express your answer in amperes...

Question 27
A. A transformer has an input voltage of 100 V and an output
voltage of 10,000 volts. If the primary coil has 100 turns and the
input current is 2 A, what is the output current, and how many
turns does the secondary coil have?
B. What is the flux through a loop of wire with 20 turns having
a circular shape with a radius of 5.0 cm when it is placed with its
face perpendicular to a...

Q7.
i) A solenoid of length 0.5 meter, with winding of 800 turns,
uniformly distributed over its length, to
produce a magnetic field of order 2.0 × 10-4 T, at its centre.
Discuss the effect and the value of electric
current, if its length increased by two times and put your
observation regarding the behaviour of electric
current, if solenoid immersed in a liquid having high relative
permeability, give your justifications.
(Given: μ0 = 4π × 10−7 T.m/A).
ii) You...

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connected across the secondary winding. Assuming that the
transformer is ideal, what voltage is developed to the load?
Briefly show your work. Sketch a diagram.
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