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Title: Electromagnetic Induction


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Electromagnetic Induction
  • Physics
  • La Cañada High School
  • Dr.E

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  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Motors/Generators http//science.howstuffworks.com
    /motor4.htm
  • Faradays Law
  • Transformers
  • Power Transmission
  • Solenoids
  • MRI

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The Magnetic Field
  • The electric field proves a useful concept to
    explain the effects of charge at a distance
    (explains how one charge knows another charge is
    there).
  • Stationary charges produce only an electric field
  • Moving charges (in flux) produce both an electric
    field and a magnetic field

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  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Motors/Generators http//science.howstuffworks.com
    /motor4.htm
  • Faradays Law
  • Transformers
  • Power Transmission
  • Solenoids
  • MRI

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Motors
  • Motors work due to two major principles
  • Opposite poles attract while like poles repel
  • Current running through a coiled wire creates a
    magnet

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Theory
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Mechanics
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  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Motors/Generators http//science.howstuffworks.com
    /motor4.htm
  • Faradays Law
  • Transformers
  • Power Transmission
  • Solenoids
  • MRI

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Faradays Law of Induction
  • The voltage induced in a coil is proportional to
    the number of coils times the magnetic flux (rate
    at which the magnetic field changes)

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Wrap Rule to find Magnetic Field
  1. Wrap your fingers in the direction of the current
  2. The magnetic field points in the direction of the
    thumb (to the left)
  3. Since the field lines leave the left end of
    solenoid, the left end is the North pole

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  • An ammeter is connected in a circuit of a
    conducting loop
  • When a bar magnet is moved closer to, or farther
    from, the loop, an electromotive force (emf) is
    induced the loop
  • The ammeter indicates currents in different
    directions depending on the relative motion of
    magnet and loop
  • When the magnet stops moving, the current returns
    to zero as indicated by the ammeter

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  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Motors/Generators http//science.howstuffworks.com
    /motor4.htm
  • Faradays Law
  • Transformers
  • Power Transmission
  • Solenoids
  • MRI

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Primary Voltage of 1o turns
Secondary Voltage of 2o turns
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(Power IN)
(Power OUT)
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(Voltage x Current)secondary
(Voltage x Current)primary
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  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Motors/Generators http//science.howstuffworks.com
    /motor4.htm
  • Faradays Law
  • Transformers
  • Power Transmission
  • Solenoids
  • MRI

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Power Transmission
  • Plant
  • 6000 V and 20Amps
  • Local and Homes
  • 120 V and 100 Amps
  • Low Voltage Wires
  • 2200 V and 54 Amps
  • High Voltage Wires in Town
  • 120,000 V and 1 Amp
  • Ultra High Voltage
  • 400,000 V and 0.3 Amps

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  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Motors/Generators http//science.howstuffworks.com
    /motor4.htm
  • Faradays Law
  • Transformers
  • Power Transmission
  • Solenoids
  • MRI

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Solenoids
  • The magnetic field of a solenoid is essentially
    identical to that of a bar magnet.

The big difference is that we can turn the
solenoid on and off ! It attracts/repels other
permanent magnets it attracts ferromagnets, etc.
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Solenoid Applications
  • Digital on/off
  • Doorbells
  • Power door locks
  • Magnetic cranes
  • Electronic Switch relay
  • Advantage
  • A small current can be used to switch a much
    larger one
  • Starter in washer/dryer, car ignition,

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Solenoid Applications
  • Analog (deflection a I )
  • Variable A/C valves
  • Speakers

Solenoids are everywhere!
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  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Motors/Generators http//science.howstuffworks.com
    /motor4.htm
  • Faradays Law
  • Transformers
  • Power Transmission
  • Solenoids
  • MRI

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Thanks to
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MRI / NMR
If we bathe the protons in radio waves at a
particular frequency, the protons can flip back
and forth. If we detect this flipping ?
hydrogen! The presence of other molecules can
partially shield the applied magnetic field, thus
changing the resonant frequency (chemical
shift). Looking at what the resonant frequency
is ? what molecules are nearby. If a strong
magnetic field gradient is produced across the
sample, can look at individual slices, with
millimeter spatial resolution.
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Bibliography
  • Magnetism Examples of Magnetic Field
    Calculations, Innovations in Undergraduate
    Physics Education at Illinois _at_
    online.physics.uiuc.edu/courses/phys112/spring04/
    Lectures/Lect15.ppt, 4/17/04
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