đź’ˇPhysics

Applicable for A-Level, IB, DSE, AP-Level Exams

Particle Physics    Quantum Physics    Waves    Optics    Mechanics    Materials    Electricity    Circular Motion    Simple Harmonic Motion    Thermal Physics    Gravitational Fields    Electric Fields    Capacitors    Magnetic Fields    Electromagnetic Induction    Radioactivity    Nuclear Energy    Discovery of the Electron    Wave-Particle Duality    Special Relativity   

Electromagnetic Induction

Electromagnetic Induction

Electromagnetic induction is the induction of emf in a circuit by varying the magnetic flyx linked with the circuit. Emf is induced due to change in flux of a magnetic field.


Download PDF (1 page)

Laws of Electromagnetic Induction

Field linkage is the product of magnetic flux and the number of turns on the coil N. Lenz's Law states that the direction of induced current is always such that it opposes the flux change that caused it. Faraday's LAw states that the induced emf in a circuit is equal to the rate of change of flux linkage through the circuit. This can be represented as e.m.f = d(Flux Linkage)/dt.


Download PDF (2 pages)

The Alternating Current Generator

When a coil rotates uniformly in a magnetic field, the coil cuts the flux and an alternating emf is induced.


Download PDF (1 page)

Alternating Current

The root mean square value of an alternating current is the value of direct current that would give the same heating effect as the alternating current in the same resistor.


Download PDF (1 page)

Oscilloscopes

Oscilloscopes plot the voltage of a circuit over time. An AC source would give a sinusoidal waveform whereas a DC source would give a horizontal line. The Y-gain and the time base can be adjusted to scale the output.


Download PDF (1 page)

Transformers

Transformers changes an alternating pd to a different peak value. Low-resistance windings, a laminated core and a core of soft iron increases transformers efficiency.


Download PDF (1 page)