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Illustration A Long Conductor Loop Moves into the Magnetic Field

A long conductor loop moves into the magnetic field A conductor loop falls into the magnetic field Current direction of a conductor loop falling into the B-field Enclosed area change of a conductor loop falling into the B-field Forces on a conductor loop falling into the B-field
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A very long conductor loop of width \( w \) falls into a homogeneous magnetic field \( \class{violet}{B} \). As the area \(A(t)\) penetrated by the magnetic field increases within the conductor loop, an electric current is generated through the conductor loop according to the law of induction.