Faraday’s Law and Magnetic Flux

During the 1830’s Michael Faraday was trying to create electricity using magnets (because a connection between electricity and magnetism had been recently discovered). He discovered that a changing magnetic field will induce an EMF into a conductor. This became known as Faraday’s law, and underpins all electrical generators.

These slides discuss Faraday’s law, and also provide an overview of magnetic flux (measured in Webers) and magnetic flux density.

Keynote Slides

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