A toroidal core is shown below with mu_r = 10,000, R = 5cm, r = 1cm and N = 300. The current is given by: i(t) = 3 sin (300pi t) Compute the flux (phi) and the flux linkages (lambda). Then, use Faraday’s law of induction to determine the voltage induced in the coil.

37 1 - A toroidal core is shown below with mu_r = 10,000, R = 5cm, r = 1cm and N = 300. The current is given by: i(t) = 3 sin (300pi t) Compute the flux (phi) and the flux linkages (lambda). Then, use Faraday's law of induction to determine the voltage induced in the coil.

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images - A toroidal core is shown below with mu_r = 10,000, R = 5cm, r = 1cm and N = 300. The current is given by: i(t) = 3 sin (300pi t) Compute the flux (phi) and the flux linkages (lambda). Then, use Faraday's law of induction to determine the voltage induced in the coil.

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