AP Free Response Question
2008 C3 E&M
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The circular loop of wire in Figure 1 above has a radius of
R
and carries a current
I
. Point
P
is a distance of
R
_{2}
above the center of the loop. Express algebraic answers to parts (a) and (b) in terms of
R
,
I
, and fundamental constants.
(a) i. State the direction of the magnetic field B
_{1}
at point P due to the current in the loop.
(a) ii. Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field B
_{1}
at point P.
A second identical loop also carrying a current
I
is added at a distance of
R
above the first loop, as shown in Figure 2 above.
(b) Determine the magnitude of the net magnetic field B
_{net}
at point P.
A small square loop of wire in which each side has a length
s
is now placed at point P with its plane parallel to the plane of each loop, as shown in Figure 3 above. For parts (c) and (d), assume that the magnetic field between the two circular loops is uniform in the region of the square loop and has magnitude
B
_{net}
.
(c) In terms of
B
_{net}
and
s
, determine the magnetic flux through the square loop.
(d) The square loop is now rotated about an axis in its plane at an angular speed
ω
. In terms of
B
_{net}
,
s
, and
ω
, calculate the induced emf in the loop as a function of time
t
, assuming that the loop is horizontal at t = 0.
Topic Formulas
Description
Published Formula
Ampere's Law
Biot-Savat Law
capacitance
capacitance (dielectric)
capacitors in parallel
capacitors in series
Coulomb's Law
current density
electric current
electric field
electric field strength
electric potential energy
energy stored in a capacitor
energy stored in an inductor
Faraday's Law
force ona current-carrying wire
Gauss' Law
induced emf (inductor)
induced emf (magnetism)
Joule's Law
magnetic field around a current-carrying wire
magnetic field of a solenoid
magnetic flux
magnetic flux
magnetic force on a current-carrying wire
magnetic force on a moving charge
magnetic force on a moving charge
motional emf
Ohm's Law
potential due to a collection of point charges
resistance in parallel
resistance in series
resistivity
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