S shehan123 Member Joined Aug 3, 2016 Messages 30 Gender Undisclosed HSC N/A Oct 28, 2017 #1 If i gave you a magnetic flux vs time graph as a positive cosine non phase shifted function, that is its initially at a maximum. What is the induced emf graph?

If i gave you a magnetic flux vs time graph as a positive cosine non phase shifted function, that is its initially at a maximum. What is the induced emf graph?

ishan New Member Joined May 14, 2016 Messages 25 Gender Male HSC 2017 Oct 28, 2017 #2 a negative sine function without any phase shift ie.y=-sinx, same amplitudes and period as the flux graph. Last edited: Oct 28, 2017

a negative sine function without any phase shift ie.y=-sinx, same amplitudes and period as the flux graph.

S shehan123 Member Joined Aug 3, 2016 Messages 30 Gender Undisclosed HSC N/A Oct 28, 2017 #3 ishan said: a negative sine function without any phase shift ie.y=-sinx, same amplitudes and period as the flux graph. Click to expand... Why is it not a positive sin non phase shift?, given that faradays law is (- n (change in flux) )

ishan said: a negative sine function without any phase shift ie.y=-sinx, same amplitudes and period as the flux graph. Click to expand... Why is it not a positive sin non phase shift?, given that faradays law is (- n (change in flux) )

ishan New Member Joined May 14, 2016 Messages 25 Gender Male HSC 2017 Oct 28, 2017 #4 my mistake you are right, i forgot when u differentiate cosine you get -sine. and then the -n makes it a positive sin no phase shift

my mistake you are right, i forgot when u differentiate cosine you get -sine. and then the -n makes it a positive sin no phase shift