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Chapter 29 Assignment

Due: 11:00pm on Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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Exercise 29.7

The current in the long, straight wire AB shown in the figure is upward and is increasing steadily at a rate .

Part A At an instant when the current is , what is the magnitude of the field right of the wire? Express your answer in terms of the appropriate quantities. ANSWER: = Correct at a distance to the

Part B At an instant when the current is , what is the direction of the field right of the wire? ANSWER: into the page out of the page Correct at a distance to the

Part C

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What is the flux

through the narrow shaded strip?

Express your answer in terms of the appropriate quantities. ANSWER: = Correct Part D What is the total flux through the loop? Express your answer in terms of the appropriate quantities. ANSWER: = Correct

Part E What is the induced emf in the loop? Express your answer in terms of the appropriate quantities. ANSWER: = Correct

Part F Evaluate the numerical value of the induced emf if and ANSWER: . = 5.06×10−7 Correct , , ,

Exercise 29.13

The armature of a small generator consists of a flat, square coil with 150 turns and sides with a length of 1.30 . The coil rotates in a magnetic field of 7.70×10−2 . Part A What is the angular speed of the coil if the maximum emf produced is 2.80×10−2 ANSWER: = 14.3 Correct

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Exercise 29.20

A 1.90-m-long metal bar is pulled to the right at a steady 4.6 perpendicular to a uniform, = 24.9- , as 0.800-T magnetic field. The bar rides on parallel metal rails connected through shown in the figure , so the apparatus makes a complete circuit. You can ignore the resistance of the bar and the rails.

Part A Calculate the magnitude of the emf induced in the circuit. Express your answer using two significant figures. ANSWER: = 7.0 Correct

Part B Find the direction of the current induced in the circuit. ANSWER: clockwise counterclockwise Correct

Part C Calculate the current through the resistor. Express your answer using two significant figures. ANSWER: = 0.28 Correct

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Exercise 29.27

A 1.50bar moves through a uniform, 1.70magnetic field with a speed of 3.00 (the figure

). In each case, find the emf induced between the ends of this bar and identify which, if any, end (a or b) is at the higher potential.

Part A The bar moves in the direction of the -axis.

Find the emf induced between the ends of the bar. ANSWER: = 4.60 Correct

Part B Which end of this bar, if any, (a or b) is at the higher potential? ANSWER: a b none Correct

Part C The bar moves in the direction of the -axis.

Find the emf induced between the ends of the bar. ANSWER: = 6.11 Correct

**Part D Which end of this bar, if any, (a or b) is at the higher potential?
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ANSWER:

a b none Correct

Part E The bar moves in the direction of the -axis.

Find the emf induced between the ends of the bar. ANSWER: = 0

Correct

Part F Which end of this bar, if any, (a or b) is at the higher potential? ANSWER: a b none Correct

Part G How should this bar move so that the emf across its ends has the greatest possible value with b at a higher potential than a ? Essay answers are limited to about 500 words (3800 characters maximum, including spaces). ANSWER: My Answer: The bar should move the the upper left because the Emf reaches its maximum value at sin(90) and cos(0). This gives us just Emf=BVL.

Part H What is this maximum emf? ANSWER: = 7.65 Correct

Exercise 29.31

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A long, thin solenoid has 360 turns per meter and a radius of 1.09 is increasing at a uniform rate

. The current in the solenoid

. The magnitude of the induced electric field at a point which is from its axis is 7.60×10−6 .

near the center of the solenoid and a distance of 3.57 Part A Calculate ANSWER: .

= 10.1 Correct

Exercise 29.38

In the figure the capacitor plates have area 5.00 and separation 2.00 mm. The plates are in vacuum. The charging current has a constant value of 1.80 mA. At t = 0 the charge on the plates is zero.

**Part A Calculate the charge on the plates when ANSWER:
**

−10 = 9.00×10 Correct

0.500

.

Part B Calculate the electric field between the plates when ANSWER: = 2.03×105 Correct 0.500 .

**Part C Calculate the potential difference between the plates when
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.

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ANSWER:

= 407 Correct

Part D Calculate ANSWER: , the time rate of change of the electric field between the plates.

= 4.07×1011 Correct

Part E Calculate the displacement current density ANSWER: = 3.60 Correct between the plates.

Part F Calculate the total displacement current ANSWER: = 1.80×10−3 Correct .

Exercise 29.42

At temperatures near absolute zero, approaches 0.142 for vanadium, a type-I superconductor. The normal phase of vanadium has a magnetic susceptibility close to zero. Consider a long, thin vanadium cylinder with its axis parallel to an external magnetic field in the +x-direction. At points far from the ends of the cylinder, by symmetry, all the magnetic vectors are parallel to the x-axis. Part A At temperatures near absolute zero, what is the magnitude of the resultant magnetic field inside the cylinder for ANSWER: = 0 0.130 ?

Correct

Part B

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What is the direction of the resultant magnetic field ANSWER:

inside the cylinder for this case?

in the in the

-direction -direction -axis

perpendicular to the the field is zero Correct

Part C What is the magnitude of the resultant magnetic field for this case? ANSWER: = 0.130 Correct outside the cylinder (far from the ends)

Part D What is the direction of the resultant magnetic field for this case? ANSWER: in the in the -direction -direction -axis outside the cylinder (far from the ends)

perpendicular to the the field is zero Correct

Part E What is the magnitude of the magnetization ANSWER: = 1.03×105 Correct inside the cylinder for this case?

**Part F What is the direction of the magnetization ANSWER:
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inside the cylinder for this case?

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in the in the

-direction -direction -axis

perpendicular to the

the magnetization is zero Correct

Part G What is the magnitude of the magnetization case? ANSWER: = 0 outside (far from the ends) the cylinder for this

Correct

Part H What is the direction of the magnetization case? ANSWER: in the in the -direction -direction -axis outside the cylinder (far from the ends) for this

perpendicular to the

the magnetization is zero Correct

Part I At temperatures near absolute zero, what is the magnitude of the resultant magnetic field inside the cylinder for ANSWER: = 0.260 Correct ?

Part J What is the direction of the resultant magnetic field ANSWER: inside the cylinder for this case?

in the

-direction

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in the

-direction -axis

perpendicular to the the field is zero Correct

Part K What is the magnitude of the resultant magnetic field for this case? ANSWER: = 0.260 Correct outside the cylinder (far from the ends)

Part L What is the direction of the resultant magnetic field for this case? ANSWER: in the in the -direction -direction -axis outside the cylinder (far from the ends)

perpendicular to the the field is zero Correct

Part M What is the magnitude of the magnetization ANSWER: = 0 inside the cylinder for this case?

Correct

Part N What is the direction of the magnetization ANSWER: inside the cylinder for this case?

in the in the

**-direction -direction -axis
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perpendicular to the

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the magnetization is zero Correct

Part O What is the magnitude of the magnetization ANSWER: = 0 outside the cylinder for this case?

Correct

Part P What is the direction of the magnetization ANSWER: outside the cylinder for this case?

in the in the

-direction -direction -axis

perpendicular to the

the magnetization is zero Correct

Problem 29.45

In the circuit shown in the figure , the capacitor has capacitance 20 and is initially charged to 100 polarity shown. The resistor resistance 10 . At time with the has 0 the switch

is closed. The small circuit is not connected in any way to the large one. The wire of the small circuit has a resistance of 1.0 and contains 25 loops. The large circuit is a rectangle 2.0 by 4.0 , while the small one has dimensions The distance 10.0 is 5.0 and 20.0 . . (The figure is

not drawn to scale.) Both circuits are held stationary. Assume that only the wire nearest the small circuit produces an appreciable magnetic field through it. Part A

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Find the current in the large circuit

after S is closed.

Express your answer using two significant figures. ANSWER: = 3.7 Correct

Part B Find the current in the small circuit 200 after S is closed.

Express your answer using two significant figures. ANSWER: = 5.4×10−5 Correct

Part C Find the direction of the current in the small circuit. ANSWER: clockwise counterclockwise Correct

Part D Justify why we can ignore the magnetic field from all the wires of the large circuit except for the wire closest to the small circuit. Essay answers are limited to about 500 words (3800 characters maximum, including spaces). ANSWER: My Answer: We can ignore the magnetic field from the wires that are far away from the small circuit because the current is small enough that it will not matter. So the magnetic field through them can be assumed to be zero. Therefore the problem states that only the wire nearest to the small circuit produces an appreciable magnetic field.

Problem 29.50

Consider the loop in the figure . The area is = 30.0 in a magnetic field of strength = 610 = 0.460 , and it spins with angular velocity .

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Part A What is the maximum induced emf if the loop is rotated about the y-axis? ANSWER: = 0.842 Correct

Part B What is the maximum induced emf if the loop is rotated about the x-axis? ANSWER: = 0

Correct

Part C What is the maximum induced emf if the loop is rotated about an edge parallel to the z-axis? ANSWER: = 0.842 Correct

**Problem 29.52: Make a Generator?
**

You are shipwrecked on a deserted tropical island. You have some electrical devices that you could operate using a generator but you have no magnets. The earth's magnetic field at your location is horizontal and equal to , and you decide to try to use this field for a generator by rotating a large circular coil of wire at a high rate. You need to produce an emf of and estimate that you can rotate the coil at by turning a crank handle. You also decide that to have an acceptable coil resistance, the maximum number of turns the coil can have is . Part A

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What area must the coil have? Express your answer using two significant figures. ANSWER: = 18 Correct

Part B If the coil is circular, what is the maximum translational speed of a point on the coil as it rotates? Express your answer using two significant figures. ANSWER: = 7.5 Correct

Problem 29.66

A metal rod with a length of 26.0 lies in the xy-plane and makes an angle of 36.9 with the positive x-axis and an angle of 53.1 with the positive y-axis. The rod is moving in the x-direction with a speed of 4.00 0.160 Part A What is the magnitude of the emf induced in the rod? ANSWER: = 2.50×10−2 Correct 0.220 . The rod is in a uniform magnetic field 4.00×10−2 .

Score Summary:

Your score on this assignment is 99.8%. You received 21.96 out of a possible total of 22 points.

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