Asked by anuragharsh252000 | 21st Dec, 2018, 04:54: PM
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Direction of induced current in any loop can be given by lenz law which states that induced current in a loop will flow in such a way that it will destroy the cause which created it.
So if in the loop field line are going outward an let's it's increasing with time so current will induce in such a way that it will cancel out the initial magnetic filed to do this current must flow in clockwise sense.
And if magnetic field is decreasing then it will flow in such a way that it will increase the initial magnetic field so to do this it must flow in anticlockwise sense.
Answered by Ankit K | 24th Dec, 2018, 11:06: PM
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