WE know that changing magnetic flux produces current, can changing current produce magnetic flux? If yes, give example and explain it.

Asked by GURSIMRAN KAUR | 8th Aug, 2012, 11:43: PM

Expert Answer:

Yes it can.
A magnetic flux is simply the product of magnetic field flowing through a given cross-section and its area.
Thus flux will change even if we either change field or area and field changes on changing curent through the coil.

Answered by  | 9th Aug, 2012, 07:31: AM

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