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1Electromagnetic Induction Section 1 Electricity from MagnetismChapter 20Electromagnetic InductionElectromagnetic induction is the process of creating a current in a circuit by a changing magnetic field.A change in the magnetic flux through a conductor induces an electric current in the conductor.The separation of charges by the magnetic force induces an emf.
2Electromagnetic Induction in a Circuit Loop Section 1 Electricity from MagnetismChapter 20Electromagnetic Induction in a Circuit LoopInsert High-Res image from Figure 1, page 708
3Electromagnetic Induction, continued Section 1 Electricity from MagnetismChapter 20Electromagnetic Induction, continuedThe angle between a magnetic field and a circuit affects induction.A change in the number of magnetic field lines induces a current.Insert High-Res art from Figure 3 page 709
4Characteristics of Induced Current Section 1 Electricity from MagnetismChapter 20Characteristics of Induced CurrentLenz’s LawThe magnetic field of the induced current is in a direction to produce a field that opposes the change causing it.Note: the induced current does not oppose the applied field, but rather the change in the applied field.
5Characteristics of Induced Current, continued Section 1 Electricity from MagnetismChapter 20Characteristics of Induced Current, continuedThe magnitude of the induced emf can be predicted by Faraday’s law of magnetic induction.Faraday’s Law of Magnetic InductionThe magnetic flux is given by FM = ABcosq.
6Generators and Alternating Current Section 2 Generators, Motors, and Mutual InductanceChapter 20Generators and Alternating CurrentA generator is a machine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy.Generators use induction to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy.A generator produces a continuously changing emf.
7Induction of an emf in an AC Generator Section 2 Generators, Motors, and Mutual InductanceChapter 20Induction of an emf in an AC GeneratorInsert High-Res image from TR109
8Generators and Alternating Current, continued Section 2 Generators, Motors, and Mutual InductanceChapter 20Generators and Alternating Current, continuedAlternating current is an electric current that changes direction at regular intervals.Alternating current can be converted to direct current by using a device called a commutator to change the direction of the current.
9Section 2 Generators, Motors, and Mutual Inductance Chapter 20MotorsMotors are machines that convert electrical energy to mechanical energy.Motors use an arrangement similar to that of generators.Back emf is the emf induced in a motor’s coil that tends to reduce the current in the coil of a motor.
10Chapter 20 Effective Current Section 3 AC Circuits and TransformersChapter 20Effective CurrentThe root-mean-square (rms) current of a circuit is the value of alternating current that gives the same heating effect that the corresponding value of direct current does.rms Current
11Effective Current, continued Section 3 AC Circuits and TransformersChapter 20Effective Current, continuedThe rms current and rms emf in an ac circuit are important measures of the characteristics of an ac circuit.Resistance influences current in an ac circuit.
12Chapter 20 Sample Problem rms Current and emf Section 3 AC Circuits and TransformersChapter 20Sample Problemrms Current and emfA generator with a maximum output emf of 205 V is connected to a 115 Ω resistor. Calculate the rms potential difference. Find the rms current through the resistor. Find the maximum ac current in the circuit.1. DefineGiven:∆Vrms = 205 V R = 115 ΩUnknown:∆Vrms = ? Irms = ? Imax = ?
13Sample Problem, continued Section 3 AC Circuits and TransformersChapter 20Sample Problem, continuedrms Current and emf2. PlanChoose an equation or situation. Use the equation for the rms potential difference to find ∆Vrms.∆Vrms = ∆VmaxRearrange the definition for resistance to calculate Irms.Use the equation for rms current to find Irms.Irms = Imax
14Sample Problem, continued Section 3 AC Circuits and TransformersChapter 20Sample Problem, continuedrms Current and emf2. Plan, continuedRearrange the equation to isolate the unknown. Rearrange the equation relating rms current to maximum current so that maximum current is calculated.
15Sample Problem, continued Section 3 AC Circuits and TransformersChapter 20Sample Problem, continuedrms Current and emf3. CalculateSubstitute the values into the equation and solve.4. Evaluate The rms values for emf and current are a little more than two-thirds the maximum values, as expected.
16Section 3 AC Circuits and Transformers Chapter 20TransformersA transformer is a device that increases or decreases the emf of alternating current.The relationship between the input and output emf is given by the transformer equation.
17Transformers, continued Section 3 AC Circuits and TransformersChapter 20Transformers, continuedThe transformer equation assumes that no power is lost between the primary and secondary coils. However, real transformers are not perfectly efficient.Real transformers typically have efficiencies ranging from 90% to 99%.The ignition coil in a gasoline engine is a transformer.
18A Step-Up Transformer in an Auto Ignition System Section 3 AC Circuits and TransformersChapter 20A Step-Up Transformer in an Auto Ignition SystemInsert High-Res image from TR112