Example 6-5: Moving Rod Next to a WireThe wire shown in Fig. 6-10 carries a current I = 10 A. A 30cm long metal rod moves with a constant velocity u = zˆ5 m/s.Find V12.Solution: The current I induces a magnetic fieldB = φˆ µ0I2πr ,where r is the radial distance from the wire and the directionof φˆ is into the page on the rod side of the wire. The movementof the rod in the presence of the field B induces a motional emfgiven byV12 =10 cm#40 cm

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image 133 - Example 6-5: Moving Rod Next to a WireThe wire shown in Fig. 6-10 carries a current I = 10 A. A 30cm long metal rod moves with a constant velocity u = zˆ5 m/s.Find V12.Solution: The current I induces a magnetic fieldB = φˆ µ0I2πr ,where r is the radial distance from the wire and the directionof φˆ is into the page on the rod side of the wire. The movementof the rod in the presence of the field B induces a motional emfgiven byV12 =10 cm#40 cm
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sign up for premium and access unlimited solutions for a month at just 5$(not renewed automatically) images - Example 6-5: Moving Rod Next to a WireThe wire shown in Fig. 6-10 carries a current I = 10 A. A 30cm long metal rod moves with a constant velocity u = zˆ5 m/s.Find V12.Solution: The current I induces a magnetic fieldB = φˆ µ0I2πr ,where r is the radial distance from the wire and the directionof φˆ is into the page on the rod side of the wire. The movementof the rod in the presence of the field B induces a motional emfgiven byV12 =10 cm#40 cm already a member please login

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