 27.1: In Fig. 27.35, a bar magnet moves toward a conducting ring. Whats t...
 27.2: Figure 27.36 shows two concentric conducting loops, the outer conne...
 27.3: Fluctuations in Earths magnetic field due to changing solar activit...
 27.4: Chapter 26 claimed that a static magnetic field cannot change the e...
 27.5: Can an induced electric field exist in the absence of a conductor?
 27.6: A car battery has a 12V emf, yet energy from the battery provides ...
 27.7: You have a fixed length of wire to wind into an inductor. Will you ...
 27.8: In a popular demonstration of induced emf, a lightbulb is connected...
 27.9: List some similarities and differences between inductors and capaci...
 27.10: A 1H inductor carries 10 A, and a 10H inductor carries 1 A. Which...
 27.11: It takes work to push two bar magnets together with like poles faci...
 27.12: Show that the volt is the SI unit for the rate of change of magneti...
 27.13: Find the magnetic flux through a 5.0cmdiameter circular loop orie...
 27.14: A circular wire loop 40 cm in diameter has resistance and lies in a...
 27.15: A conducting loop of area and resistance is perpendicular to a spat...
 27.16: The magnetic field inside a 20cmdiameter solenoid is increasing a...
 27.17: Find the selfinductance of a 1000turn solenoid 50 cm long and 4.0...
 27.18: The current in an inductor is changing at 100 A/s and the inductor ...
 27.19: A 2.0A current is flowing in a 20H inductor. A switch opens, inte...
 27.20: Your little sister is building a radio from scratch. Plans call for...
 27.21: What inductance should you put in series with a resistor to give a ...
 27.22: The current in a series RL circuit increases to 20% of its final va...
 27.23: How much energy is stored in a 5.0H inductor carrying 35 A?
 27.24: Whats the current in a 10mH inductor storing of energy?
 27.25: A 220mH inductor carries 350 mA. How much energy must be supplied ...
 27.26: A 500turn solenoid 23 cm long and 1.5 cm in diameter carries 65 mA...
 27.27: Show that the quantity has the units of energy density.
 27.28: The worlds strongest magnet that can produce a sustained field is a...
 27.29: Find the magneticfield strength in a region where the magneticener...
 27.30: The induced electric field 12 cm from the axis of a 10cmradius so...
 27.31: Find an expression for the electricfield strength inside the solen...
 27.32: A conducting loop of area A and resistance R lies at right angles t...
 27.33: A conducting loop with area and resistance lies in the xy plane. A...
 27.34: A square wire loop of side l and resistance R is pulled with consta...
 27.35: A 5turn coil 1.0 cm in diameter is rotated at 10 rev/s about an ax...
 27.36: A magnetic field is given by , where and are constants. Find an exp...
 27.37: A square wire loop 3.0 m on a side is perpendicular to a uniform 2....
 27.38: In Example 27.2 take and Suppose the rectangular loop is a conducto...
 27.39: A 2000turn solenoid is 2.0 m long and 15 cm in diameter. The solen...
 27.40: A stent is a cylindrical tube, often made of metal mesh, thats inse...
 27.41: A uniform magnetic field is given by , where Find the induced curre...
 27.42: Youre an electrical engineer designing an alternator (the generator...
 27.43: A generator consists of a rectangular coil 75 cm by 1.3 m, spinning...
 27.44: Figure 27.39 shows a pair of parallel conducting rails a distance l...
 27.45: The resistor in is replaced by an ideal voltmeter. (a) To which rai...
 27.46: A battery of emf is inserted in series with the resistor in Fig. 27...
 27.47: In Fig. 27.39, and Find (a) the current in the resistor, (b) the ma...
 27.48: The magnetic field inside a solenoid of circular cross section is g...
 27.49: An electron is inside a solenoid, 28 cm from the axis. It experienc...
 27.50: During lab, youre given a circular wire loop of resistance R and ra...
 27.51: A flip coil is used to measure magnetic fields. Its a small coil pl...
 27.52: The current in a series RL circuit rises to half its final value in...
 27.53: In a series RL circuit like Fig. 27.22a, , , and . If the current i...
 27.54: In Fig. 27.22a, take and . When the switch is closed, the current t...
 27.55: How long does it take to dissipate 90% of the magnetic energy in Ex...
 27.56: A series RL circuit like Fig. 27.22ahas , , and . Find the rate of ...
 27.57: Youre a safety engineer reviewing plans for a universitys new high...
 27.58: In Fig. 27.25, take , , and . Initially the switch is in position B...
 27.59: In Fig. 27.40, , , , and . Find current (a) immediately after the s...
 27.60: A battery, switch, resistor, and inductor are connected in series. ...
 27.61: When a nonideal 1.0H inductor is shortcircuited, its magnetic ene...
 27.62: Your hospital is installing a new MRI scanner using a 3.5H superco...
 27.63: A neutron stars magnetic field is about Consult Appendix C to compa...
 27.64: A singleturn loop of radius R carries current I. How does the magn...
 27.65: A wire of radius R carries current I distributed uniformly over its...
 27.66: (a) Use Equation 27.8 to write an expression for the resistors powe...
 27.67: An electric field and a magnetic field have the same energy density...
 27.68: A rectangular conducting loop of resistance R, mass m, and width w ...
 27.69: A conducting disk with radius a, thickness h, and resistivity is in...
 27.70: A small bar magnet is moved steadily from left to right along the a...
 27.71: The bar in has mass m and is initially at rest. A constant force to...
 27.72: Use the node and loop laws to determine the current in as a functio...
 27.73: A long, straight coaxial cable consists of two thin tubular conduct...
 27.74: You and your roommate are headed to Cancn for spring break. Your ro...
 27.75: One way to measure blood flow when blood vessels are exposed during...
 27.76: If the loop were mounted in a horizontal rather than verticalplane ...
 27.77: If the loops vertical dimension were doubled by extending it toward...
 27.78: Suppose the same crime were committed in Europe, where the standard...
 27.79: When this crime occurs, a. more fuel must be consumed at the power ...
Solutions for Chapter 27: Electromagnetic Induction
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