 30.1DQ: In an electric trolley or bus system, the vehicle’s motor draws cur...
 30.1E: Two coils have mutual inductance M = 3.25 × 104 H. The current i1 ...
 30.2DQ: From Eq. (30.5) 1 H = 1 Wb/A, and from Eq. (30.4) 1 H = 1 Show that...
 30.2E: Two coils are wound around the same cylindrical form, like the coil...
 30.3DQ: In Fig. 30.1, if coil 2 is turned 90° so that its axis is vertical,...
 30.3E: A 10.0cmlong solenoid of diameter 0.400 cm is wound uniformly wit...
 30.4DQ: The tightly wound toroidal solenoid is one of the few configuration...
 30.4E: A solenoidal coil with 25 turns of wire is wound tightly around ano...
 30.5DQ: Two identical, closely wound, circular coils, each having selfindu...
 30.5E: Two toroidal solenoids are wound around the same form so that the m...
 30.6DQ: Two closely wound circular coils have the same number of turns, but...
 30.6E: A toroidal solenoid with mean radius r and crosssectional area A i...
 30.7DQ: You are to make a resistor by winding a wire around a cylindrical f...
 30.13E: A toroidal solenoid has mean radius 12.0 cm and crosssectional are...
 30.14DQ: In an LRC series circuit, what criteria could be used to decide w...
 30.14E: long, straight solenoid has 800 turns. When the current in the sole...
 30.15E: Inductance of a Solenoid. (a) A long, straight solenoid has N turns...
 30.16E: An inductor used in a dc power supply has an inductance of 12.0 H a...
 30.17E: An airfilled toroidal solenoid has a mean radius of 15.0 cm and a ...
 30.18E: An airfilled toroidal solenoid has 300 turns of wire, a mean radiu...
 30.7E: A2.50mH toroidal solenoid has an average radius of 6.00 cm and a c...
 30.19E: A solenoid 25.0 cm long and with a crosssectional area of 0.500 cm...
 30.8DQ: For the same magnetic field strength B, is the energy density great...
 30.20E: It has been proposed to use large inductors as energy storage devic...
 30.8E: A toroidal solenoid has 500 turns, crosssectional area 6.25 cm2, a...
 30.24E: In Fig. 30.11, and the battery emf is 6.30 V.
 30.9DQ: In Section 30.5 Kirchhoff’s loop rule is applied to an LC circuit ...
 30.25E: A 35.0V battery with negligible internal resistance, a 50.0? resi...
 30.9E: At the instant when the current in an inductor is increasing at a r...
 30.26E: In Fig. 30.11, switch S1 is closed while switch S2 is kept open. Th...
 30.10DQ: In Section 30.5 the relationship i = dq/dt is used in deriving Eq. ...
 30.27E: In Fig. 30.11, suppose that and L = 0.160 H. With switch S2 open, s...
 30.10E: When the current in a toroidal solenoid is changing at a rate of 0....
 30.28E: In Fig. 30.11, suppose that and L = 0.160 H. Initially there is no ...
 30.11DQ: In the RL circuit shown in Fig. 30.11, when switch changes suddenl...
 30.29E: (a) What is the power input to the inductor from the battery as a f...
 30.11E: The inductor in Fig. E30.11 has inductance 0.260 H and carries a cu...
 30.42E: (a) Take first and second derivatives with respect to time of q giv...
 30.12DQ: In the RL circuit shown in Fig. 30.11, is the current in the resis...
 30.43P: One solenoid is centered inside another. The outer one has a length...
 30.12E: The inductor shown in Fig. E30.11 has inductance 0.260 H and carrie...
 30.44P: A coil has 400 turns and selfinductance 4.80 mH. The current in th...
 30.13DQ: Suppose there is a steady current in an inductor. If you attempt to...
 30.45P: A Differentiating Circuit. The current in a resistanceless inductor...
 30.21E: In a proton accelerator used in elementary particle physics experim...
 30.46P: A 0.250H inductor carries a timevarying current given by the expr...
 30.22E: It is proposed to store 1.00 kW ? h = 3.60 × 106 J of electrical en...
 30.47P: Solar Magnetic Energy. Magnetic fields within a sunspot can be as s...
 30.23E: An inductor with an inductance of 2.50 H and a resistance of 8.00 ?...
 30.48P: A Coaxial Cable. A small solid conductor with radius a is supported...
 30.30E: In Fig. 30.11 switch S1 is closed while switch S2 is kept open. The...
 30.49P: Consider the coaxial cable of 30.48. The conductors carry equal cur...
 30.31E: Show that the differential equation of Eq. (30.20) is
 30.50P: A toroidal solenoid has a mean radius r and a crosssectional area A...
 30.32E: A 20.0µF capacitor is charged by a 150.0 V power supply, then disc...
 30.54P: Continuation of Exercise. (a) What is the metal energy initially st...
 30.33E: A 7.50nF capacitor is charged up to 12.0 V, then disconnected from...
 30.55P: The equation preceding Eq. (30.27) may be converted into an energy ...
 30.34E: A 18.0µF capacitor is placed across a 22.5V battery for several s...
 30.56P: A 7.00?F capacitor is initially charged to a potential of 16.0 V. ...
 30.35E: LC Oscillations. A capacitor with capacitance 6.00 × 105 F is cha...
 30.57P: An Electromagnetic Car Alarm. Your latest invention is a car alarm ...
 30.36E: A Radio Tuning Circuit. The minimum capacitance of a variable capac...
 30.58P: An LC circuit consists of a 60.0mH inductor and a 250?F capacito...
 30.37E: An LC circuit containing an 80.0mH inductor and a 1.25nF capacit...
 30.59P: A 84.0 nF capacitor is charged to 12.0 V, then disconnected from t...
 30.38E: In an LC circuit, L = 85.0 mH and C = 3.20 µF. During the oscillat...
 30.74P: CP In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.66, neither the battery nor the...
 30.39E: An LRC series circuit has L = 0.450 H, C = 2.50 × 105 F, and res...
 30.75P: Demonstrating Inductance. A common demonstration of inductance empl...
 30.40E: For the circuit of Fig. 30.17, let C = 15.0 nF, L = 22 mH, and R = ...
 30.76CP: Consider the circuit shown in Fig. The circuit elements are as foll...
 30.41E: (a) In Eq. (14.41), substitute q for x, L for m, 1/C for k, and R f...
 30.77CP: A Volume Gauge. A tank containing a liquid has turns of wire wrappe...
 30.51P: (a) What would have to be the selfinductance of a solenoid for it ...
 30.78CP: Two coils are wrapped around each other as shown in Fig. 30.3. The ...
 30.52P: An inductor is connected to the terminals of a battery that has an ...
 30.79CP: CP CALC Consider the circuit shown in Fig. P30.71. Switch S is clos...
 30.53P: Continuation of Exercises 1 and 2. (a) How much energy is stored in...
 30.60P: A charged capacitor with C = 590µF is connected in series to an ind...
 30.61P: CP In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.57, the switch S has been open ...
 30.62P: While studying a coil of unknown inductance and internal resistance...
 30.63P: In the lab, you are trying to find the inductance and internal resi...
 30.64P: CP In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.58, find the reading in each am...
 30.65P: CP In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.59, switch S is closed at time ...
 30.66P: In the circuit shown in Fig the battery and the inductor have no ap...
 30.67P: CP In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.65, switch S is closed at time ...
 30.68P: In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.60, switch S1 has been closed for ...
 30.70P: In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.69,
 30.71P: CALC Consider the circuit shown in Fig. P30.63. Let = 36.0 V, R0 = ...
 30.73P: We have ignored the variation of the magnetic field across the cros...
 30.30.1: Two coils have mutual inductance The current in the first coil incr...
 30.30.2: Two coils are wound around the same cylindrical form, like the coil...
 30.30.3: A 10.0cmlong solenoid of diameter 0.400 cm is wound uniformly wit...
 30.30.4: A solenoidal coil with 25 turns of wire is wound tightly around ano...
 30.30.5: Two toroidal solenoids are wound around the same form so that the m...
 30.30.6: A toroidal solenoid with mean radius r and crosssectional area A i...
 30.30.7: A 2.50mH toroidal solenoid has an average radius of 6.00 cm and a ...
 30.30.8: A toroidal solenoid has 500 turns, crosssectional area and mean ra...
 30.30.9: At the instant when the current in an inductor is increasing at a r...
 30.30.10: When the current in a toroidal solenoid is changing at a rate of th...
 30.30.11: The inductor in Fig. E30.11 has inductance 0.260 H and carries a cu...
 30.30.12: The inductor shown in Fig. E30.11 has inductance 0.260 H and carrie...
 30.30.13: A toroidal solenoid has mean radius 12.0 cm and crosssectional area...
 30.30.14: A long, straight solenoid has 800 turns. When the current in the so...
 30.30.15: Inductance of a Solenoid. (a) A long, straight solenoid has turns, ...
 30.30.16: An inductor used in a dc power supply has an inductance of 12.0 H a...
 30.30.17: An airfilled toroidal solenoid has a mean radius of 15.0 cm and a ...
 30.30.18: An airfilled toroidal solenoid has 300 turns of wire, a mean radiu...
 30.30.19: A solenoid 25.0 cm long and with a crosssectional area of contains...
 30.30.20: It has been proposed to use large inductors as energy storage devic...
 30.30.21: In a proton accelerator used in elementary particle physics experim...
 30.30.22: It is proposed to store of electrical energy in a uniform magnetic ...
 30.30.23: An inductor with an inductance of 2.50 H and a resistance of is con...
 30.30.24: In Fig. 30.11, and the battery emf is 6.30 V. With switch open, swi...
 30.30.25: A 35.0V battery with negligible internal resistance, a resistor, a...
 30.30.26: In Fig. 30.11, switch is closed while switch is kept open. The indu...
 30.30.27: In Fig. 30.11, suppose that and With switch open, switch is left cl...
 30.30.28: In Fig. 30.11, suppose that and Initially there is no current in th...
 30.30.29: Refer to the circuit in Exercise 30.23. (a) What is the power input...
 30.30.30: In Fig. 30.11 switch is closed while switch is kept open. The induc...
 30.30.31: CALC Show that the differential equation of Eq. (30.20) is satisfie...
 30.30.32: A capacitor is charged by a 150.0V power supply, then disconnected...
 30.30.33: A 7.50nF capacitor is charged up to 12.0 V, then disconnected from...
 30.30.34: A capacitor is placed across a 22.5V battery for several seconds a...
 30.30.35: LC Oscillations. A capacitor with capacitance is charged by connec...
 30.30.36: A Radio Tuning Circuit. The minimum capacitance of a variable capac...
 30.30.37: An LC circuit containing an 80.0mH inductor and a 1.25nF capacit...
 30.30.38: In an LC circuit, and During the oscillations the maximum current ...
 30.30.39: An LRC series circuit has and resistance R. (a) What is the angul...
 30.30.40: For the circuit of Fig. 30.17, let and . (a) Calculate the oscillat...
 30.30.41: (a) In Eq. (14.41), substitute q for x, for m, for k, and for the d...
 30.30.42: (a) Take first and second derivatives with respect to time of q giv...
 30.30.43: One solenoid is centered inside another. The outer one has a length...
 30.30.44: CALC A coil has 400 turns and selfinductance The current in the co...
 30.30.45: A Differentiating Circuit. The current in a resistanceless inductor...
 30.30.46: CALC A 0.250H inductor carries a timevarying current given by the...
 30.30.47: Solar Magnetic Energy. Magnetic fields within a sunspot can be as s...
 30.30.48: CP CALC A Coaxial Cable. A small solid conductor with radius a is s...
 30.30.49: CP CALC Consider the coaxial cable of 30.48. The conductors carry e...
 30.30.50: A toroidal solenoid has a mean radius r and a crosssectional area A...
 30.30.51: (a) What would have to be the selfinductance of a solenoid for it ...
 30.30.52: An inductor is connected to the terminals of a battery that has an ...
 30.30.53: CALC Continuation of Exercises 30.23 and 30.29. (a) How much energy...
 30.30.54: CALC Continuation of Exercise 30.27. (a) What is the total energy i...
 30.30.55: CALC The equation preceding Eq. (30.27) may be converted into an en...
 30.30.56: A capacitor is initially charged to a potential of 16.0 V. It is th...
 30.30.57: An Electromagnetic Car Alarm. Your latest invention is a car alarm ...
 30.30.58: An LC circuit consists of a inductor and a capacitor. The initial ...
 30.30.59: A 84.0nF capacitor is charged to 12.0 V, then disconnected from th...
 30.30.60: A charged capacitor with is connected in series to an inductor that...
 30.30.61: CP In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.61, the switch has been open fo...
 30.30.62: While studying a coil of unknown inductance and internal resistance...
 30.30.63: In the lab, you are trying to find the inductance and internal resi...
 30.30.64: In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.64, find the reading in each ammet...
 30.30.65: CP In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.65, switch S is closed at time ...
 30.30.66: In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.66 the battery and the inductor ha...
 30.30.67: In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.67, switch S is closed at time (a)...
 30.30.68: In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.68, switch S1 has been closed for ...
 30.30.69: In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.69, and Switch S is closed at Just...
 30.30.70: In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.69, and (a) Switch S is closed. At...
 30.30.71: CALC Consider the circuit shown in Fig. P30.71. Let and (a) Switch ...
 30.30.72: After the current in the circuit of Fig. P30.71 has reached its fin...
 30.30.73: CP CALC We have ignored the variation of the magnetic field across ...
 30.30.74: CP In the circuit shown in Fig. P30.74, neither the battery nor the...
 30.30.75: CP CALC Demonstrating Inductance. A common demonstration of inducta...
 30.30.76: CP CALC Consider the circuit shown in Fig. P30.76. The circuit elem...
 30.30.77: CP A Volume Gauge. A tank containing a liquid has turns of wire wra...
 30.30.78: Two coils are wrapped around each other as shown in Fig. 30.3. The ...
 30.30.79: CP CALC Consider the circuit shown in Fig. P30.79. Switch S is clos...
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