|9.7.1: The animation shows a top view of four wires and a galvanometer. During the time interval t=2 s to t=8 s a magnet is slowly pushed completely through the rectangle from the bottom.||
9.7.2: A loop of wire travels from the right to the left through an inhomogeneous magnetic field. (The green line is at x=0 is for your reference.) The induced emf in the loop is shown in Volts in the animation.
|9.7.3: A loop of wire moves to the right through a magnetic field (a positive magnetic field is out of the screen) that abruptly goes to zero at x=0.|
|9.7.4: The above animation represents a moving wire loop in a changing magnetic field.||9.7.5: A transformer is connected to a wall socket as shown above. The graph shows the primary voltage Vp (black) and the secondary voltage Vs (red).|
|9.7.ap 1: A loop of wire sits in a time varying magnetic field (a positive magnetic field is out of the screen). You may drag the loop around the animation.||9.7.ap 2: A loop of wire is to the right of a wire that runs up the computer screen (a positive magnetic field is out of the screen).|
|9.7.ap 3: A transformer is connected to a wall socket as shown. You can read component values by placing the mouse over a component.|