Example 6-2: Lenz’s LawDetermine voltages V1 and V2 across the 2 ‘ and 4 ‘ resistorsshown in Fig. 6-4. The loop is located in the x–y plane, its areais 4 m2, the magnetic flux density is B = −zˆ0.3t (T), and theinternal resistance of the wire may be ignored.Solution: The flux flowing through the loop is% =”SB· ds =”S(−zˆ0.3t)· zˆ ds= −0.3t × 4 = −1.2t (Wb),and the corresponding transformer emf isV tremf = −d%dt = 1.2 (V)

image 127 - Example 6-2: Lenz’s LawDetermine voltages V1 and V2 across the 2 ' and 4 ' resistorsshown in Fig. 6-4. The loop is located in the x–y plane, its areais 4 m2, the magnetic flux density is B = −zˆ0.3t (T), and theinternal resistance of the wire may be ignored.Solution: The flux flowing through the loop is% ="SB· ds ="S(−zˆ0.3t)· zˆ ds= −0.3t × 4 = −1.2t (Wb),and the corresponding transformer emf isV tremf = −d%dt = 1.2 (V)
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sign up for premium and access unlimited solutions for a month at just 5$(not renewed automatically) images - Example 6-2: Lenz’s LawDetermine voltages V1 and V2 across the 2 ' and 4 ' resistorsshown in Fig. 6-4. The loop is located in the x–y plane, its areais 4 m2, the magnetic flux density is B = −zˆ0.3t (T), and theinternal resistance of the wire may be ignored.Solution: The flux flowing through the loop is% ="SB· ds ="S(−zˆ0.3t)· zˆ ds= −0.3t × 4 = −1.2t (Wb),and the corresponding transformer emf isV tremf = −d%dt = 1.2 (V) already a member please login