How does the motion of magnet in Faraday's experiment affect the induced emf?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 6th Jul, 2015, 02:04: PM
In Faraday's experiment, when the magnet is moved faster, the magnetic flux linked with the coil changes at a faster rate. Therefore, induced emf is more. However, when the magnet is moved slowly, the magnetic flux changes at slower rate. Hence, induced emf is smaller.
Answered by | 6th Jul, 2015, 04:04: PM
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