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Which magnetic force exists during mutual induction ?

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help: mutual Induction

can any body tells me dat which magnatic force do exist during mutual induction experiments.




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Re: help: mutual Induction

In the case you have two loops and run a current in one of them then an emf is generated in the other one. Faraday's law explaines this phenomena: a changing magnetic field (due to the chaging current) generates an electric field which gives the emf. I don't know if there is some special name for this, why not call it a Faraday force? Note that this force is not the same magnetic force associated with stationary currents, that is the Lorentz force vxB.
 

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