why does changing magnetic field induce emf in the coil?
Asked by Gaurav Avhad | 12th Mar, 2011, 05:15: PM
Faraday performed a number of experiments and observed that whenever there is a change in the number of magnetic field lines associated with a conductor, an emf is developed between the ends of the conductor which lasts as long as the change is taking place. This phenomenon is called as electromagnetic induction.
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Answered by | 12th Mar, 2011, 12:20: PM
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