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Reminder:. Exam next Friday!!. April 11 Bring a pencil and a calculator! Cheat sheet is up now … HW8 due on Wednesday. Electric power generation. (Motional EMF). uniform. uniform. uniform. Click for animation!. uniform. uniform. Motional EMF.

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Exam next friday


Exam next Friday!!

April 11

Bring a pencil and a calculator!

Cheat sheet is up now …

HW8 due on Wednesday

Exam next friday


Click for animation!

Exam next friday

Motional EMF

What’s the EMF and direction of current flow?

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Macroscopic point of view:

From Faraday’s law, we concluded that the moving bar develops an EMF:

Microscopic point of view:

Considering the force on an individual charge carrier inside the bar,

we also concluded that the bar develops an EMF:

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Net forces on conductors?

Do you get something for nothing?

i.e. how do you keep bar moving?

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Number example!

What external force is required?

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External Power supplied?

Internal Power dissipated?

Note Lenz’s Law at work -- you have to supply external power to make electrical power!

Eddy current demo

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Let’s make an AC generator (Alternator)



Generator sim

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Wall current: 120 VRMS at 60 Hz: Suppose you have A = 0.5 m2 and B = 0.1 T. How many turns do you have to have?