A conducting loop is held stationary normal to the field between the NS poles of a fixed permanent magnet. By choosing a magnet sufficiently strong, can we hope to generate current in the loop?

Asked by prernamehta | 16th Dec, 2011, 11:00: AM

Expert Answer:

No. A strong magnet will give a large flux but the current is induced only if there is a change of magnetic flux.

Answered by  | 16th Dec, 2011, 03:19: PM

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