## A circular loop of wire with radius 2.00 cm and resistance 0.600 Ω is in a region of a spatially uniform magnetic field B⃗ that is perpendic

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A circular loop of wire with radius 2.00 cm and resistance 0.600 Ω is in a region of a spatially uniform magnetic field B⃗ that is perpendicular to the plane of the loop. At t = 0 the magnetic field has magnitude B0=3.00T. The magnetic field then decreases according to the equation B(t)=B0e−t/τ, where τ=0.500s.

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3 years 2021-08-20T00:37:18+00:00 1 Answers 0 views 0

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Let assume we are asked to find

Calculate the induced emf in the coil at any time, let say t=2

And induced current

Explanation:

Flux is given as

Φ=NAB

Where

N is number of turn, N=1

A=area=πr²

Since r=2cm=0.02

A=π(0.02)²=0.001257m²

B=magnetic field

B(t)=Bo•e−t/τ,

Where Bo=3T

τ=0.5s

B(t)=3e(−t/0.5)

B(t)=3exp(-2t)

Therefore

Φ=NAB

Φ=0.001257×3•exp(-2t)

Φ=0.00377exp(-2t)

Now,

Induce emf is given as

E= – dΦ/dt

E= – 0.00377×-2 exp(-2t)

E=0.00754exp(-2t)

At t=2

E=0.00754exp(-4)

E=0.000138V

E=0.138mV

b. Induce current

From ohms laws

V=iR

Given that R=0.6Ω

i=V/R

i=0.000138/0.6

i=0.00023A

i=0.23mA