Share

## A metal rod of length (L) moves with velocity (v), perpendicular to its length, in a magnetic field B, which is perpendicular to both the ro

Question

A metal rod of length (L) moves with velocity (v), perpendicular to its length, in a magnetic field B, which is perpendicular to both the rod and its velocity. If the length of the rod is doubled, what happens to the electric field in the rod

in progress
0

Physics
6 months
2021-07-21T15:55:36+00:00
2021-07-21T15:55:36+00:00 1 Answers
12 views
0
## Answers ( )

Explanation:If a metal rod of length L moves with velocity v is moving perpendicular to its length, in a magnetic field B, the induced emf is given by :

The electric field in the conductor is given by :

It is clear that the electric field is independent of the length of the rod. If the length of the rod is doubled, the electric field in the rod remains the same.