"So I questioned how a perfect eddy current could be generated in an on-board superconducting electromagnet in order to totally oppose the external magnetic field." How can't it? Sorry, I'm confused by your reasoning as to why a perfect eddy current can't be formed.
So, in my half-yearly I was asked to explain how an AC induction motor operates with reference to the MOTOR EFFECT, and Faraday's Law. How does the Motor Effect come into play with AC Induction Motors? I don't believe that the motor effect is apart of AC Induction motors.
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