Why does a magnet rotate a current carrying loop placed close to it? Why does the secondary winding of a transformer carry a current even when it is not connected to a voltage source? How does a bicycle dynamo work? How does the Mangla Power House generate electricity? Let's perform a simple experiment to investigate some phenomena which can point us towards
|Sample Results||Electromagnetically induced signal from coils of varying turnsComparison of flux and rate of change of flux|
|Version||February 25, 2019
Further Readings and References
- Faraday’s Law – Quantitative Experiments The Physics Teacher , R. C. Nicklin , 54(2) 422 , (1986).
- The Hard Drive: An Experiment for Faraday’s Law American Journal of Physics , B. Hinaus, M. Veum , 40 339 , (2002).
- Apparatus for teaching Physics – Measurement and Analysis of the Field of Disk Magnets The Physics Teacher , M. Connors , 40 308 , (2002).
- An Experimental Observation of Faraday’s Law of Induction American Journal of Physics , R. Kingman, S. C. Rowland, and S. Popescu , 70(6) 595 , (2002).