Electromagnetic induction is a phenomenon in which a conductor placed in a changing magnetic field or a conductor is moved in a stationary magnetic field resulting in the production of a potential difference (voltage) across the conductor. The Magnetic Flux in a magnetic field \(\mathbf{\overrightarrow{B}}\)

**Magnetic Flux** \(\mathbf{\Phi_{B}\;=\;\int \;\overrightarrow{B}\;.\;\overrightarrow{dA}}\)

SI unit = Weber (Wb.) or Tesla \(\mathbf{m^{2}}\)

The Dimensions of Magnetic Flux is given by \(\mathbf{ M\; L^{2}\; T^{-2}\; A^{-1}}\)

The Magnetic Flux associated with an elemental area \(\mathbf{\overrightarrow{dA}}\)

\(\mathbf{d\;\Phi_{B}\;=\; \overrightarrow{B}\;.\;\overrightarrow{dA}\;=\;B\;dA\;cos \; \theta }\)

**Case 1: When \(\mathbf{ \theta \;=\;0}\)**

If the area \(\mathbf{\overrightarrow{dA}}\)

**Case 2: When \(\mathbf{ \theta \;=\;90}\)**

If the area \(\mathbf{\overrightarrow{dA}}\)

**Gauss Law of Magnetism:**

The total magnetic flux associated with the closed surface is always zero i.e.

\(\mathbf{\oint \;\overrightarrow{B}\;.\;\overrightarrow{dA}\;=\;0}\)

**Faraday’s Laws of Electromagnetic Induction:**

**Faraday’s First Law: **The Faraday’s First law of Electromagnetic Induction states that the EMF is induced in the conductor whenever the magnetic flux linked with the coil changes or the moving conductor cuts the Magnetic flux. This phenomenon is known as Electromagnetic Induction and this induced EMF causes a flow of current in the closed circuit known as the Induced current.

**Faraday’s Second Law: **It states that the EMF induced in the coil is equal to the rate of change of magnetic flux linked with the coil.

The magnitude of EMF induced (e) is given by:

\(\mathbf{e\;=\;-\;\frac{d\;\Phi }{dt}\;=\;\frac{\Phi _{2}\;-\;\Phi _{1}}{dt}}\)

Where, \(\mathbf{\Phi _{1}\;\;-\;\;\Phi _{2}}\)

In SI system the induced EMF (e) is measured in volt (V) and Magnetic flux \(\mathbf{(\Phi)}\)

**Induced Current:** The current is induced in the coil only if the circuit is closed. However, during the electromagnetic induction, an EMF is always induced whether the circuit is open or closed. Therefore, if R is the total resistance and E is the induced emf then,

Induced Current in a closed circuit \(\mathbf{i\;=\;\frac{e}{R}}\)

If there are total N number of turns in the coil then,

\(\mathbf{i\;=\;\frac{N}{R}\; \times \;\frac{d\Phi }{dt}}\)

**Induced Charge:** The total charge flowing through the circuit as a result of induced current due to the electromagnetic induction is given by

Since \(\mathbf{i\;=\;\frac{e}{R}\;=\;\frac{1}{R}\;\frac{d\Phi }{dt}}\)

Therefore, \(\mathbf{dq\;=\;\frac{1}{R}\;\;d\Phi }\)

Now, \(\mathbf{q\;=\;\int_{0}^{q}\;\;dq}\)

i.e. \(\mathbf{q\;=\;\int_{\Phi _{1}}^{\Phi _{2}}\;\;\frac{1}{R}\;d\Phi \;=\;\frac{\Phi _{2}\;-\;\Phi _{1}}{R}}\)

If there are N number of turns in the coil then,

\(\mathbf{q\;=\;\frac{N\;\left (\Phi _{2}\;-\;\Phi _{1} \right )}{R}}\)

**EMF induced in the Moving Conductor:**

If a straight conductor of length l is moving perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field (B) with velocity (v) then,

**Induced EMF:** \(\mathbf{e\;=\;B\;l\;v}\)

**Induced Current:** \(\mathbf{i\;=\;\frac{e}{R}\;=\;\frac{\;B\;l\;v}{R}}\)

**Self Inductance (L):** The magnetic flux \(\mathbf{(\Phi )}\)

\(\mathbf{\Phi \;=\;L\;I}\)

The instantaneous induced EMF produced in the coil is given by

\(\mathbf{e\;=\;-\;L\;\frac{dI}{dt}}\)

Where L = Coefficient of Self inductance

The Self Inductance of a Solenoid is given by \(\mathbf{L\;=\;\frac{mu _{0}\;N^{2}\;A}{l}}\)

Or, \(\mathbf{L\;=\;\frac{mu _{0}\;n^{2}\;l^{2}\;A}{l}\;=\;mu _{0}\;n^{2}\;l\;A}\)

Where,

\(\mathbf{mu _{0}}\)

n = number of turns per unit length, l = length of the coil

N = total number of turns [N = n l]

A = cross-sectional area of the coil

**Mutual Inductance (M):** The magnetic flux \(\mathbf{(\Phi )}\)

\(\mathbf{\Phi \;=\;M\;I}\)

The instantaneous induced EMF produced in the coil is given by

\(\mathbf{e\;=\;-\;M\;\frac{dI}{dt}}\)

Where M = Coefficient of Mutual inductance

The Mutual Inductance between two coils is given by \(\mathbf{M\;=\;-\;mu _{0}\;\frac{N_{1}\;N_{2}\;A}{l}}\)

Or, \(\mathbf{M\;=\;-\;mu _{0}\;\frac{N_{1}\;N_{2}\;A}{l}}\)

Where,

A = Cross-sectional area of the coil

l = Length of the Primary and Secondary coil respectively

\(\mathbf{N_{1}}\)

\(\mathbf{n_{1}}\)