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This following applet is A super-conducting loop moving across a uniform magnetic field region.
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project A super-conducting loop moving across a uniform magnetic field region

A super-conducting loop (current I=0 initially) moving out of a uniform magnetic field region.
What will happened when it move out the region (magnetic fiels in the loop will reduced)!
Initially, the loop is assume to be a super-conductor.
Find out what will happen (the loop act as an inductor), then add some resistor to the loop and see the change. Think about the physics related to this simulation!

The green circles represent the charged particle in the loop. (it will move when there is induced current).
Red arrow is the velocity of the conductor.

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