Asked by pritam | 4th Aug, 2010, 10:19: PM

Expert Answer:

Induced current is the current induced or generated due to varying magnetic flux. A magnet has a region around through which magnetic force is exerted, and when a part of this field passes through some closed conductor such as a circular or square loop, it's called magnetic flux. When the magnetic flux associated changes a current is produced or induced in the loop so as to generate another oppositing magnetic field, to oppose the change in magnetic flux. This is due to conservation of energy.

Answered by  | 5th Aug, 2010, 06:51: AM

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