Find the electric force when the charge of 2C is subjected to an electric field of 6 units.
Explanation: The electric force is given by F = qE, where q = 2C and E = 6 units. Thus we get F = 2 x 6 = 12 units.
Find the magnetic force when a charge 3.5C with flux density of 4 units is having a velocity of 2m/s.
Explanation: The magnetic force is given by F = q(v x B), where q = 3.5C, v = 2m/s and B = 4 units. Thus we get F = 3.5(2 x 4) = 28 units.
Find the electric field when the velocity of the field is 12m/s and the flux density is 8.75 units.
Explanation: The electric field intensity is the product of the velocity and the magnetic flux density ie, E = v x B = 12 x 8.75 = 105 units.
Find the Lorentz force of a charge 2.5C having an electric field of 5 units and magnetic field of 7.25 units with a velocity 1.5m/s.
Explanation: The Lorentz force is given by F = qE + q(v x B), it is the sum of electric and magnetic force. On substituting q = 2.5, E = 5, v = 1.5 and B = 7.25, F = 2.5(5) + 2.5(1.5 x 7.25) = 39.68 units.
The force on a conductor of length 12cm having current 8A and flux density 3.75 units at an angle of 300 is
Explanation: The force on a conductor is given by F = BIL sin θ, where B = 3.75, I = 8, L = 0.12 and θ = 300. We get F = 3.75 x 8 x 0.12 sin 30 = 1.8 units.
The force per unit length of two conductors carrying equal currents of 5A separated by a distance of 20cm in air(in 10-6 order)
Explanation: The force per unit length of two conductors is given by
F = μ I1xI2/2πD, where I1 = I2 = 5 and D = 0.2. Thus F = 4π x 10-7 x 52/ 2π x 0.2 = 25 x 10-6 units.
When currents are moving in the same direction in two conductors, then the force will be
Explanation: When two conductors are having currents moving in the same direction then the forces of the two conductors will be moving towards each other or attractive.
Find the flux density due to a conductor of length 6m and carrying a current of 3A(in 10-7order)
Explanation: The flux density is B = μH, where H = I/2πR. Put I = 3 and R = 6, we get B = 4π x 10-7 x 3/2π x 6 = 1 x 10-7 units.
Find the maximum force of the conductor having length 60cm, current 2.75A and flux density of 9 units.
Explanation: The force on a conductor is given by F = BIL sin θ, where B = 3.75, I = 8, L = 0.12 and θ = 90 for maximum force. We get F
= BIL= 9 x 2.75 x 0.6 sin 90 = 14.85 units.
The magnetic force impacts the energy of the field. State True/false.
Explanation: The magnetic force depends on the flux density of a material and the flux density is in turn dependent on the energy of the material. It can be shown that F = q(v x B) and E = 0.5 x B2/μ. It is clear that B and F are related.