# electromagnetic induction

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## e·lec·tro·mag·net·ic in·duc·tion

generation of an electrical current in a conductor when it is moved across a magnetic field.
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## electromagnetic induction

Generation of an electromotive force in an insulated conductor moving in an electromagnetic field or in a fixed conductor in a moving magnetic field.
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--Step 3.2) Update [[??].sub.n]: For the mth subunit, m = 1,2, ..., M, calculate the induced current [([[bar.J].sub.p,n]).sub.m] and the total electric filed [([[bar.E].sup.t.sub.p,n]).sub.m].
Thomson, "Generation of 100-year geomagnetically induced current scenarios" Space Weather vol 10, issue 4, 2012.
At the next step equipment for producing the electric field of the 200 kV transmission line and also measuring the induced current should be provided.
The output terminals of both solar cells/sandwich were connected in parallel to measure the induced current and in series to measure the induced voltage.
Using this evaluation system, this study identifies the variation characteristics and the maximum variation rate of the shear modulus of MREs for six different volume fractions of CIP and for a continuously variable induced current. The effective range for inducing currents also investigated.
From Equations (11)-(13) and (16), the induced current on the rough surface can be expressed as
In its turn, the induced current measured by the induction sensor should give the same value as in the case of the contact measurement method.
Figure 25 compares the variation of the induced current calculated by using the DM approach with that derived by using the DM approach and closed-form expressions.
where V is coil voltage, I is induced current, w is frequency of the coil, and I is current flow in the coil.
While the former relies on induced currents due to the interaction of a moving liquid with an applied DC or relatively low frequency AC magnetic field, the latter aims at reconstructing conductivity distributions in a body by utilizing the eddy currents which are induced in a relatively high frequency AC magnetic field.
Note, that according to ICNIRP guidelines from 1998  the current density was a main parameter for the estimation of extremely low frequency exposure effects, while the new ICNIRP guidelines from 2010  propose the induced electric field instead of the induced current. However, there is a substantial amount of results for the current density in the relevant literature for the comparison purposes, e.g., [4-13].

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