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The behavior of bar magnets
Our Earth itself has a magnetic field
Charges moving with respect to a field
The Right Hand Rule Using the right hand rule, one may determine the direction of the field produced by a moving positive charge.
Magnetism and circular motion F = |q|vB If the motion is Circular F = mv 2 /R R = mv/ |q|B ω = v/R = |q|B/m
Force on a conductor with current F = ILB
Applications of force on a conductor
Magnetic field of long straight conductor
Magnetic field of a long, straight wire: B = μ 0 I/(2πr) r is the distance from the wire μ 0 is called the permeability of vacuum μ 0 = 4π x T.m/A
Fields in two conductors side-by-side
2 wires with currents flowing in the same direction attract each other 2 wires with currents flowing in opposite directions repel each other F = μ 0 L(I 1 I 2 )/(2πr) Force per unit length F/L = μ0 (I1 I2)/(2πr)
Currents in a loop Magnetic field at the center of a circular loop B = μ o I /(2R) For N loops: B = μ o NI /(2R)
Does the field induce a current or not?
Magnetic flux at various orientations
FRADAY’s LAW When the magnetic flux Φ B changes in time, there is a an induced emf directly proportional to the time rate of change of the magnetic flux : ɛ = |Δ Φ B /Δt | If we have a coil with N identical turns, then ɛ = N |Δ Φ B /Δt |
V ab = vBL a b
TRANSFORMERS V 2 / V 1 = N 2 / N 1 If energy completely transformed V 1 I 1 = V 2 I 2
Energy associated with an induced current. energy is stored in an electronic device.
In the case of an inductor with a capacitor, the energy is transferred from the electric field (capacitor) to magnetic field (inductor) and vice versa. The total energy is however conserved: The back and forth of the energy constitutes an oscillatory behavior with a frequency ω:
A metal loop moves at constant velocity toward a long wire carrying a steady current, as shown in the figure. The current induced in the loop is directed A) Clockwise B) counterclockwise C) zero
A metal loop moves at constant velocity toward a long wire carrying a steady current, as shown in the figure. The current induced in the loop is directed A) Clockwise B) counterclockwise C) zero B out of page increasing ΔΦ out of page B i into page
The slide wire of the variable resistor in the figure is moved steadily to the right, increasing the resistance in the circuit. While this is being done, the current induced in the small circuit A is directed : A) clockwise B) counterclockwise C) zero
I=V/R I decreases when R increases B due to I decreases as I decreases B out of page and decreases hence ΔΦ into page B i out of page I