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Electromagnetic Field Theory
The static electric field in a conductor is
Unity
Infinity
Zero
None of these
Unity
Infinity
Zero
None of these
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
The magnitude of the induced emf in a conductor depends upon on the
amount of flux cut.
amount of flux linkage.
rate of change of flux linkage.
flux density of the magnetic field.
amount of flux cut.
amount of flux linkage.
rate of change of flux linkage.
flux density of the magnetic field.
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
The right hand rule for determining the direction of the induced EMF was introduced by
Fleming
Lenz
Maxwell
Faraday
Fleming
Lenz
Maxwell
Faraday
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
If an electric current carrying coil is placed in a uniform magnetic field in the direction of magnetic induction, then
the net force and torque on the coil are both zero.
the net force and torque are both finite.
the net force is finite but torque is zero.
the net force is zero but torque is finite.
the net force and torque on the coil are both zero.
the net force and torque are both finite.
the net force is finite but torque is zero.
the net force is zero but torque is finite.
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
In a perfect conductor the incident and reflected wave combine to produce
A standing wave which is not progressing
A stronger reflected wave
A stronger incident wave
None of these
A standing wave which is not progressing
A stronger reflected wave
A stronger incident wave
None of these
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Electromagnetic Field Theory
Find the strength of the magnetic field when a 2m long conductor is moving with a velocity 4m/s inducing an emf of 20V.
5T.
10T.
0.5T.
2.5T.
5T.
10T.
0.5T.
2.5T.
Answer
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