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Electromagnetic induction (& Faraday's experiments)

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Electromagnetic Induction and Faraday's Law

Electromagnetic induction is the generation of an electric field by a changing magnetic field. Electromagnetic induction is demonstrated using a coil, ammeter, and a bar magnet .
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What is Electromagnetic Induction? | Faraday's Laws and Lenz Law | iKen | iKen Edu | iKen App

This interactive animation describes about the Electromagnetic Induction, Faraday's observation.It also describes about the magnitude and direction of induced e.m.f, Faraday’s Laws of Electromagnetic Induction and the Lenz’s Law.

0:00 - Introduction of Electromagnetic Induction
1:56 - Faraday's Observation
3:09 - Magnitude and Direction of Induced emf
4:36 - Lenz's Law
5:41 - Summary

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Electromagnetic Induction and Faraday's Law

This is an improved version of my earlier video on electromagnetic induction, ( the generation of an electric field by a changing magnetic field. Electromagnetic induction is demonstrated using a coil, galvanometer, and a bar magnet
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8.02x - Lect 16 - Electromagnetic Induction, Faraday's Law, Lenz Law, SUPER DEMO

Electromagnetic Induction, Faraday's Law, Lenz Law, Complete Breakdown of Intuition, Non-Conservative Fields. Our economy runs on Faraday's Law!
Lecture Notes, Non-conservative Fields - Do Not Trust Your Intuition:
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Electromagnetic induction (& Faraday's experiments)

Let's learn how to produce electric current without batteries. We will recreate the 2 Faraday's experiments that led to it.
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12th Physics Faraday’s Experiments Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current Unit 4 Part 5

12th Physics Faraday’s Experiments Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current Unit 4 Part 5
State Faraday’s laws of electromagnetic induction.
Faraday’s first experiment
Second Experiment

Faraday's Experiment on Electromagnetic Induction - Physics Video Tutorial

This physics animation explains Faraday’s experiment on Electromagnetic induction. Faraday discovered the electromagnetic induction by conducting several experiments. This experiment consists of a cylindrical coil C made up of several turns of insulated copper wire connected in series to a sensitive galvanometer G. A strong bar magnet NS with its North Pole pointing towards the coil is moved up and down. The following inferences were made by Faraday.
(i) Whenever there is a relative motion between the coil and the magnet, the galvanometer shows deflection indicating the flow of induced current.
(ii) The deflection is momentary. It lasts so long as there is relative motion between the coil and the magnet.
(iii) The direction of the flow of current changes if the magnet is moved towards and withdrawn from it.
(iv) The deflection is more when the magnet is moved faster, and less when the magnet is moved slowly.
(v) However, on reversing the magnet (i.e) South Pole pointing towards the coil, same results are obtained, but current flows in the opposite direction.

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Electromagnetic Induction.
The production of electric current across a conductor when exposed to a changing magnetic field is known as electromagnetic induction.

Electromagnetic Induction Experiment - Video Explanation

Faraday demonstrated the electromagnetic induction by conducting several experiments. In previous section we have studied about what is electromagnetic induction and how induced emf and induced current produced.

And also we have explained the experiment by using a cylindrical coil made up of several turns of insulated copper wire and a strong bar magnet. In this section we are going to demonstrate the electromagnetic induction by another experiment.

In this experiment two coils C1 and C2 placed close to each other. The coil C1 is connected to a battery Bt through a key K and a rheostat. Coil C2 is connected to a sensitive galvanometer G and kept close to C1. When the key K is pressed, the galvanometer connected with the coil C2 shows a sudden momentary deflection. This indicates that a current is induced in coil C2.

This is because when the current in C1 increases from zero to a certain steady value, the magnetic flux linked with the coil C1 increases. Hence, the magnetic flux linked with the coil C2 also increases. This causes the deflection in the galvanometer.

On releasing K, the galvanometer shows deflection in the opposite direction. This indicates that a current is again induced in the coil C2. This is because when the current in C1 decreases from maximum to zero value, the magnetic flux linked with the coil C1 decreases. Hence, the magnetic flux linked with the coil C2 also decreases. This causes the deflection in the galvanometer in the opposite direction.
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Electromagnetic Induction

071 - Electromagnetic Induction

In this video Paul Andersen explains how electromagnetic induction occurs when the magnetic flux of an object changes. The magnetic flux is product of the surface area perpendicular to the magnetic field and the magnetic field strength. Microphones and generators are examples of devices that utilize electromagnetic induction.


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Bach, Eviatar. English: Faraday’s Experiment to Try to Induce a Current from a Magnetic Field, with a Battery on the Left, an Iron Ring in the Centre, and a Galvanometer on the Right. This Diagram Is Based on One Found in Page 263 of Physics: Principles with Applications, Fifth Edition, Author Douglas C. Giancoli, Illustrators Patrice Van Acker and Tamara Newnam Cavallo. The Explanation in the Book Reads as Follows, with the Left Coil Being X and the Right Coil Y:, September 20, 2011. Own work.
“Faraday’s Electromagnetic Lab.” PhET. Accessed December 8, 2014.
“File:Hans Christian Ørsted Som Ung.jpg.” Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed May 28, 2014.
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“Michael Faraday.” Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia, December 5, 2014.

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What is Faraday's Law of Induction? Demonstrated and Explained

This quick video shows Faraday's Law in action, first with a magnet and then with another solenoid. It is then explained.

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Electromagnetic Induction Class 12 Physics - Experiments of Faraday and Henry

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Physics - Understanding Electromagnetic induction (EMI) and electromagnetic force (EMF) - Physics

Current produced by the relative motion of coil or magnet is called induced current, set up by an induced electromotive force or EMF. The production of EMF in a coil is called the phenomenon of ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION.
This video illustrates an experiment to understand electromagnetic induction.

Learn Faraday's Laws of Electromagnetic Induction | Science and Physics Experiments

Explore Faraday's and Lenz' law of electromagnetic induction and all the major concepts of electromagnetic theory by performing a science experiment using a coil and an evive- an Arduino embedded prototyping platform.

Perform an experiment and learn all about the magnetic field, magnetic flux, electromagnetic induction, and induced emf.

00:14 What is Magnetic Field?

00:46 What is a Solenoid?

02:25 What is Electromagnetic Induction?

02:49 Understand Faraday's Second Law

Get ready to be awed by the wonder that is electromagnetic induction!


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