The Electromagnetic Catolog

By Becca Whiteman and Lauren Taft

Electromagnetic Induction

Electromagnetic Induction is the act of sending a current across a conductor to produce a magnetic field. Electromagnetic induction is used in generators and motors when mechanical energy is transformed into electrical energy. Electromagnetic induction occurs when current and electromagnetic fields are produced by a changing magnetic field in a loop. The magnetic flux is the magnitude of the magnetic field in a loop.

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