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The physical interpretation of Eq. (13) or (14) is obvious: lu is the area swept out per unit time by the moving coil side, and this area multiplied by the flux density gives the total flux moved through by the coil side per unit time. By Eqs. (12) and (13) or (14) in (11) we have for the total in duced voltage = -<2 + -N ^ (76 transformer action lB2U2 Nl(Bt — lBjUl - Bl)u ^ (15) ^ cutting action This same equation may be established quite simply by noting 26 Flux Linkages and Electromagnetic Induction from Fig.

K Rate (V Induction of x fixed of change . circuit Action) Emf Law of 1. the -- d (Transformer Variational Faraday's Rate I ~ General Criteria for Electromagnetic Induction 43 to cease momentarily and compute the variational compo nent of voltage for each instantaneous position of the cir (c) (d) (e) cuit. ) Consider the rate of change of the flux in space to be in stantaneously stopped and compute the motional compo nent of induced voltage. Any change of flux linkages which cannot be charged to either (b) or (c) is credited to a substitution of circuit and is to be identified with the action of some discontinuity in the metallic circuit.

C) The metallic external part of the circuit acb is moving at velocity V, but the flux density at all points along the external circuit is zero, so B = 0. The geometric line a'b' connecting a to Applications and Paradoxes 47 through the magnetic core is shifting to the left, but this does not represent a movement of conducting material. Hence, where there is movement there is no flux density, and where there is flux density there is no movement, and therefore the motional component of voltage is zero, em = 0.

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