Number of turns in the coil
Resentence of the coil
Magnetic moment of magnet
Speed of the magnet
44 V
220 V
40 k V
Reduce eddy current losses,
Increase magnetic flux
Increase strength of magnetic field,
Increase residual magnetism.
240 volt
2400 volt
0.24 volt
0.08 volt
¼ revolution
½ revolution
1 revolution
2 revolution
74 mH
75 mH
76 mH
77 mH
25.2 V
5.04 V
2.52 V
1.26 V
16×10^{-4 }T
0.8 ×10^{-4} T
32×10^{-4} T
4×10^{-4 }T
AD, but not in BC
In BC, but not in AD,
Neither in AD nor in BC
In both AD and BC
Maximum in solutions (i)
Maximum in solutions (ii)
Maximum in situation (iii)
Same in all situation
120 V
200 V
80 V
Zero
BvR
VBL /R
VBL
BLv/2
Respectively clockwise and anticlockwise
Both clockwise
Both anticlockwise
Respectively anticlockwise and clockwise
The rates at which current are changing in the two coils
Relative position and orientation of the two coils
The material of the wires of the coils
The current in the two coils.
9 V
16 V
3 V
4 V