When was It's You - EMF song - created?
It's You - EMF song - was created in 1992-11.
Unbelievable - EMF song - was created in 1990.
Perfect Day - EMF song - was created in 1995-02.
EMF - band - was created in 1989.
yes indused emf is also called motional emf. If an open coil is subjected to a variable magnetic field, at the ends of the coil a potential difference is induced which is called induced emf. If a coil is connected to an emf source and switched on, the rising current will produced an variable magnetic field which in turn produces an emf. It is called back emf.
Bcoz the emf which is to be measured is less than emf of driving cell....
emf in volts
its a band called EMF..and its just called you're unbelievable :) simples!!
EMF stands for Electromotive force. EMF is measured in units of volts.
An EMF detector.
The earth has gravity and an outer EMF. So the forces coexist. An electrical cable has a gravitational force but extremely small. When a current flows through the cable an electromagnetic field is also created (EMF). An EMF can conversely generate an electric current. The EMF pushes the electrons along the cable in one direction. Gravitational force exists between the atoms. The forces can thus vectorially added.
Electromagnetic radiation (EMF
Answer: emf stand for electromotoric force
In dc motor, the armature conductors are revolving in the magnetic field and emf is induced in the armature conductors. The direction of the induced emf is in opposite direction to the applied voltage as per Flemings left hand rule. So, the induced emf in motor is called as back emf or counter emf. Vydehi
STATICALLY INDUCED EMF The emf induced in a coil due to change of flux linked with it (change of flux is by the increase or decrease in current) is called statically induced emf. Transformer is an example of statically induced emf. Here the windings are stationary,magnetic field is moving around the conductor and produces the emf. DYNAMICALLY INDUCED EMF The emf induced in a coil due to relative motion of the conductor and the magnetic… Read More
EMF = Current X Resisitance
EMF is greater
emf is present mainly in battery and potential difference is mainly present in circuit. emf is greater than p.d and p.d is greater than emf.......the units of both are Volt.....
electromotive force (abbreviation: EMF or emf)
Scientists are still struggling on what are the sources of earth's magnetic field (EMF). The facts support the notion that the EMF has reversed its direction several times in earth's history. When the EMF reverses, the EMF intensity will be weakened. Some evidence supports that the EMF intensity is now peaking and is due for a complete reversal in thousands of years. So yes, the EMF will be weakening. What we should worry about is… Read More
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emf is the energy which is only there tf theur is some potential difference so no emf
When current flows in a conductor a magnetic field is created. The created magnetic field cuts the conductor which creates a voltage in the conductor. What is this voltage called?
It's called back EMF or reverse EMF. The EMF is electro-motive force, or voltage. What is happening is that the original current flow creates a magnetic field. That field then induces a voltage that opposes the original voltage that is causing the current flow. This back EMF "resists" the original voltage's efforts to cause current flow. If the created magnetic field did not oppose the original "efforts" of the voltage source to make current flow… Read More
emf = I(R+r) = IR + Ir = V + Ir
The emf of a batter as it is used will stay the same.
An induced electromotive force (emf) is an induced voltage.
What is the range of the EMF spectrum
The EMF works by detecting electromagnetic fields that are present. You use an EMF detector, like a K-II meter to detect these fields. EMF fields that are too high can be dangerous, and can cause nausea, dizziness, paranoia, and other things.
emf is electromotive force mmf is magnetic motive force emf drives electon where as mmf drives magnetic field
The emf equation of signal phase transform
Backemf is supply voltage not apoosed
No, as a conductor an EMF would be distributed through-out the metal body.
EMF is induced in a conductor by a moving or fluctuating magnetic field.
EMF (Electro Motive Force) is measured in volts.
the emf equvation of single phase transformer is 4.44fNaB
emf has SI units of volts, equivalent to joules per coulomb.
yes..only the application is different.
EMF can be produced either by change of flux through a particular area kept in a magnetic field in a particular interval of time ( called self induced emf) or by the motion of any conducting rod in manetic fied....
Only the relative direction they are moving. EMF, measured in Volts, travels along a conductor, perhaps because a magnetic field has built up around the conductor. When that magnetic field collapses, CEMF, or counter-EMF is generated in the conductor, and it travels in the opposite direction of the original EMF, countering the original flow of electricity. EMF is Electromotive Force, and is one component of measuring electricity. EMF is measured in Volts, and represents the… Read More
You can measure the emf of a cell by using a voltmeter, as this draws current from a cell. You can use the voltage, the emf, and the load resistance to determine the internal resistance of the cell.
Back EMF refers to electromotive force that opposes the current flow in a particular circuit. Calculation of the average back EMF requires specific details about the circuit.
A magnetic field will not generate an EMF if there is no motion, so the primary factor causing a permanent magnet generator to not generate EMF is if it is not turning.
assuming you mean electromotive force: emf is the main principle behind power transformers. emf also comes in the form of radio waves, which are used for radio transmission (obviously)
It doesn't 'do' anything! It just tells you what factors affect the emf.
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EMF (E''electromotive Force'') is another term for Volts, hence the E in electronic formulas and EMF is measured with a volt meter. A potentiometer is not a meter at all, it is a variable resistor
Emf has direction within a current loop, though it is not scalar. It's a bit between though as direction should be otherwise accounted for when discussing induced Emf. Not quite either.
mutual induced emf principle is used in transformer
EMF stands for Electro-Motive Force, commonly known as Voltage, measured in Volts.