Tuesday
May 21, 2013

# Posts by jasmine

Total # Posts: 536

Physics
A square conducting loop with sides of length L is rotation at a constant angular speed of, w (omega), in a uniform magnetic field of magnitude B. At time t=0, the loop is oriented so that the direction normal to the loop is aligned with the magnetic field. Find the expression...

Physics
A helicopter hovers above the north magnetic field pole in a magnetic filed of magnitude 0.5G perpendicular to the ground. The helicopter rotors are 10m long, are made of aluminum, and rotate about the hub with a rotational speed of 10 000 rpm. What is the potential difference...

Physics
The current in a very long, tightly wound solenoid with radius a and n turns per munit length varies in time according to the equation i(t)=Ct^2, where the current i is in amps and the time t is in seconds, and C is constant with appropriate units. Concentric with the solenoid...

Physics
A helicopter hovers above the north magnetic field pole in a magnetic filed of magnitude 0.5G perpendicular to the ground. The helicopter rotors are 10m long, are made of aluminum, and rotate about the hub with a rotational speed of 10 000 rpm. What is the potential difference...

Physics
A man 1.80 m tall walks at 2.00m/s perpendicular to a horizontal magnetic field of 5.0 T; that is, he walks between the pole faces of a very big magnet. Given that his body is full of conducting fluids, estimate the potential difference induced between his head and feet. I thi...

Physics
A square conducting loop with sides of length L is rotation at a constant angular speed of, w (omega), in a uniform magnetic field of magnitude B. At time t=0, the loop is oriented so that the direction normal to the loop is aligned with the magnetic field. Find the expression...

Physics
The current in a very long, tightly wound solenoid with radius a and n turns per munit length varies in time according to the equation i(t)=Ct^2, where the current i is in amps and the time t is in seconds, and C is constant with appropriate units. Concentric with the solenoid...

Physics
So now I noticed that, if I multiply the number of turns to my previous answer, I get .24 V. But I don't know why that must be done.

Physics
A solenoid with 200 turns and a cross sectional area of 60 cm^2 has a magnetic field of .60 T along its axis. If the field is confined within the solenoid and changes at a rate of .20 T/s, the magnitude of the induced potential difference in the solenoid will be: a) .00020V b)...