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Imagine a thin wire of good tensile strength is kept in a magnetic field. If it is made to vibrate in the magnetic field.Then the current produced in that depends on what factors[like amplitude,frequency etc].If more such wires are kept nearby and one is made to vibrate,do the others also start vibrating due to resonance[wires are of equal length].is there any equation for the current produced in a wire if it is made to vibrate in a permanent magnetic field . Can you tell me roughly how much current is produced in a wire of 1 metre length ,1 sq.cm crosssectional area , magnetic field of about 1 tesla,freuency of about 1000 hertz
Re: Imagine a thin wire of good tensile strength is kept in a magnetic field
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