∗6.12 The electromagnetic generator shown in Fig. 6-12 isconnected to an electric bulb with a resistance of 150 !. If theloop area is 0.1 m2 and it rotates at 3,600 revolutions per minutein a uniform magnetic flux density B0 = 0.4 T, determine theamplitude of the current generated in the light bulb.

image 171 - ∗6.12 The electromagnetic generator shown in Fig. 6-12 isconnected to an electric bulb with a resistance of 150 !. If theloop area is 0.1 m2 and it rotates at 3,600 revolutions per minutein a uniform magnetic flux density B0 = 0.4 T, determine theamplitude of the current generated in the light bulb.
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