 29.1: What would be the advantage, in Faradays experiments(Fig. 291), of...
 29.2: What is the difference between magnetic flux and magneticfield?
 29.3: Suppose you are holding a circular ring of wire andsuddenly thrust ...
 29.4: Two loops of wire are moving in the vicinity of a very longstraight...
 29.5: Ts there, a forrp between the two loons HisriisseH in
 29.6: Suppose you are looking along a line through the centers oftwo circ...
 29.7: The battery mentioned in Question 6 is disconnected. Will acurrent ...
 29.8: In what direction w ill the current flow in Fig. 2912a if therod m...
 29.9: In Fig. 2934, determine the direction of the inducedcurrent in res...
 29.10: In situations where a small signal must travel over adistance, a sh...
 29.11: What is the advantage of placing the two insulated electricwires ca...
 29.12: Which object w ill fall faster in a nonuniform magnetic field,a con...
 29.13: A region where no magnetic field is desired is surroundedby a sheet...
 29.14: A cell phone charger contains a transformer. Why cant youjust buy o...
 29.15: An enclosed transformer has four wire leads coming fromit. How coul...
 29.16: The use of highervoltage lines in homes say, 600 V or1200 V would ...
 29.17: A transformer designed for a 120V ac input w ill often burn out if...
 29.18: Explain why, exactly, the lights may dim briefly when arefrigerator...
 29.19: Use Fig. 2915 plus the righthand rules to show why thecounter tor...
 29.20: Will an eddy current brake (Fig. 2921) work on a copperor aluminum...
 29.21: It has been proposed that eddy currents be used to help sortsolid w...
 29.22: The pivoted metal bar with slots in Fig. 2935 falls muchmore quick...
 29.23: If an aluminum sheet is held between the poles of a largebar magnet...
 29.24: A bar magnet falling inside a vertical metal tube reaches aterminal...
 29.25: A metal bar, pivoted at one end, oscillates freely in theabsence of...
 29.26: Since a magnetic microphone is basically like a loudspeaker,could a...
 29.27: (I) The moving rod in Fig. 2912b is 13.2 cm long and generatesan e...
 29.28: (I) The moving rod in Fig. 2912b is 12.0 cm long and ispulled at a...
 29.29: (II) In Fig. 2912a, the rod moves to the right with a speed of1.3 ...
 29.30: (II) If the Ushaped conductor in Fig. 2912a has resistivity p,whe...
 29.31: (II) Suppose that the Ushaped conductor and connectingrod in Fig. ...
 29.32: (II) When a car drives through the Earths magnetic field, anemf is ...
 29.33: (II) A conducting rod rests on two long frictionless parallelrails ...
 29.34: ( I ll) Suppose a conducting rod (mass ra, resistance R) restson tw...
 29.35: I ll) A short section of wire, of length a, is moving withvelocity ...
 29.36: (I) The generator of a car idling at 875rpm produces 12.4 V.What w...
 29.37: (I) A simple generator is used to generate a peak outputvoltage of ...
 29.38: (II) A simple generator has a 480loop square coil 22.0 cmon a side...
 29.39: (II) Show that the rms output of an ac generator isVrms = N A B a )...
 29.40: (II) A 250loop circular armature coil with a diameter of10.0 cm ro...
 29.41: (I) The back emf in a motor is 72 V when operating at1200 rpm. What...
 29.42: (I) A motor has an armature resistance of 3.05 fi. I f it draws7.20...
 29.43: (II) What w ill be the current in the motor of Example 2910if the ...
 29.44: (II) The back emf in a motor is 85 V when the motor isoperating at ...
 29.45: (II) A dc generator is rated at 16 kW, 250 V, and 64 A whenit rotat...
 29.46: (I) A transformer has 620 turns in the primary coil and 85 inthe se...
 29.47: (I) Neon signs require 12 kV for their operation. Tooperate from a ...
 29.48: (II) A modeltrain transformer plugs into 120V ac anddraws 0.35 A ...
 29.49: (II) The output voltage of a 75W transformer is 12 V,and the input...
 29.50: (II) I f 65 MW of power at 45 kV (rms) arrives at atown from a gene...
 29.51: (II) Assume a voltage source supplies an ac voltage ofamplitude V0 ...
 29.52: ( Ill) Design a dc transmission line that can transmit225 MW of ele...
 29.53: ( Ill) Suppose 85 kW is to be transmitted over two 0.100ftlines. E...
 29.54: (II) In a circular region, there is a uniform magnetic field Bpoint...
 29.55: (II) The betatron, a device used to accelerate electrons tohigh ene...
 29.56: ( Ill) Show that the electrons in a betatron, andFig. 2948, are ac...
 29.57: ( Ill) Find a formula for the net electric field in the moving rodo...
 29.58: Suppose you are looking at two current loops in the planeof the pag...
 29.59: A square loop 27.0 cm on a side has a resistance of 7.50 fi.It is i...
 29.60: Power is generated at 24 kV at a generating plant located85 km from...
 29.61: A circular loop of area 12 m2 encloses a magnetic fieldperpendicula...
 29.62: The primary windings of a transformer which has an 85%efficiency ar...
 29.63: A pair of power transmission lines each have a 0.80ft resistancean...
 29.64: Show that the power loss in transmission lines, PL , is givenby Pl ...
 29.65: A highintensity desk lamp is rated at 35 W but requiresonly 12 V. ...
 29.66: Two resistanceless rails rest 32 cm apart on a 6.0 ramp.They are jo...
 29.67: A coil with 150 turns, a radius of 5.0 cm, and a resistance of12 O ...
 29.68: A search coil for measuring B (also called a flip coil) is asmall c...
 29.69: A ring with a radius of 3.0 cm and a resistance of 0.025 f l isrota...
 29.70: A flashlight can be made that is powered by the inducedcurrent from...
 29.71: A small electric car overcomes a 250N friction force whentraveling...
 29.72: What is the energy dissipated as a function of time in acircular lo...
 29.73: A thin metal rod of length rotates with angular velocity (oabout an...
 29.74: The magnetic field of a shuntwound dc motor isproduced by field co...
 29.75: Apply Faradays law, in the form of Eq. 298, to show thatthe static...
 29.76: A circular metal disk of radius R rotates with angularvelocity co a...
 29.77: What is the magnitude and direction of the electric field ateach po...
 29.78: A circularshaped circuit of radius r, containing aresistance R and...
 29.79: In a certain region of space near Earths surface, a uniformhorizont...
 29.80: Ill) In an experiment, a coil was mounted on a lowfrictioncart tha...
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