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1

A room has its walls aligned accurately with respect to north, south, east, and west. The north wall has an area of 15 m^{2}, the east wall has an area of 12 m^{2}, and the floor's area is 35 m^{2}. At the site the Earth's magnetic field has a value of 0.60 G and is directed 50° below the horizontal and 7.0° east of north. Find the fluxes through the north wall, the east wall, and the floor.

A)

(a) 0.57 mWb, (b) 56 µWb, (c) 1.6 mWb

B)

(a) 0.90 mWb, (b) 46 µWb, (c) 1.3 mWb

C)

(a) 0.69 mWb, (b) 88 µWb, (c) 2.1 mWb

D)

(a) 5.7 Wb, (b) 46 µWb, (c) 16 Wb

2

A flat coil with radius 8.0 mm has 50 loops of wire. It is placed in a magnetic field B=0.30 T in such a way that the maximum flux goes through it. Later, it is rotated in 0.020 s to a position such that no flux goes through it. Find the average emf induced between the terminals of the coil.

A)

0.15 V

B)

150 kV

C)

18.8 V

D)

3.0 mV

3

A train is moving directly south with a speed of 10 m/s. If the downward vertical component of the Earth's magnetic field is 0.54 G, compute the magnitude of the emf induced in a rail car axle 1.2 m long. Which end of the axle is at a higher potential?

A)

6.5 V, EAST

B)

0.65 mV, EAST

C)

6.5 mV, WEST

D)

.45 mV, WEST

4

Determine the separate effects on the induced emf of a generator if (a) the flux per pole is doubled, and (b) the speed of the armature is doubled.

A)

(a) halved, (b) halved

B)

(a) quadrupled, (b) quadrupled

C)

(a) doubled, (b) doubled

D)

(a) no change, (b) no change

5

A generator has an armature with 500 loops, which experience a change in flux of 8.00 mWb during each rotation. Compute the back emf it develops when run as a motor at 1500 rpm.

A)

100 V

B)

100 kV

C)

6.0 kV

D)

0.2 V

6

A shunt motor is connected to a 110-V line. When the armature generates a back emf of 104 V, the armature current is 15 A. Compute the armature resistance.

A)

6.9 ohms

B)

90 ohms

C)

2.5 ohms

D)

0.40 ohms

7

A step-up transformer is used on a 110-V line and supplies a load with 2.0 A. The ratio of the primary and secondary windings is 1:25. Determine the secondary voltage, the primary current, and the power output. Assume a resistive load and 100 percent efficiency.

A)

(a) 4.40 V, (b) 0.08 A, (c) 0.22 kW

B)

(a) 2.75 kV, (b) 50 A, (c) 5.5 kW

C)

(a) 68.8 kV, (b) 1.25 kA, (c) 0.14 MW

D)

(a) 0.23 V, (b) 12.5 A, (c) 0.61 MW

8

An emf of 8.0 V is induced in a coil when the current in it changes at the rate of 32 A/s. Compute the inductance of the coil.

A)

4.0 H

B)

250 mH

C)

256 H

D)

24 H

9

A steady current of 2.5 A creates a flux of 1.4 x 10^{-4} Wb through each turn of a coil with 500 turns. What is the inductance of the coil?

A)

56 μH

B)

28 mH

C)

36 H

D)

112 nH

10

A coil of 0.48 H carries a current of 5 A. Compute the energy stored in it.

A)

12 J

B)

6 J

C)

1.2 J

D)

0.6 J

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