**Troublesome problem with finding the electric current**
In this problem we have A wire with resistance per unit length of 32 Ω/m that is bent at a right angle. The second straight fragment of the same wire (The blue one) moves at the top of the first one at a speed of v = 4 m/s. The whole system is located in a magnetic field with an induction of B = 8 T, perpendicular to the wires (as in the picture). What we need to do is to find the current flowing through the wires.
We can Ignore the resistance at the points of contact of both wires and also the magnetic field generated by the current itself that is taken into consideration.
So these are two distinct wires that are identical, but separate
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Last edited by Curiousphysicist; Oct 7th 2019 at 10:47 AM.
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