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The Induced Emf as a Motional Emf Calculator will calculate the:

- The magnitude of emf induced in a metal bar moving inside a magnetic field using the Faraday's Law

**Calculation parameters:** Magnetic field and medium are considered as uniform; the conducting bar is uniform and it has the same thickness everywhere.

The Induced emf is V [Volt] |

Induced emf calculation |
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ε_{i} = B × v × L × sinθε _{i} = × × × sin()ε _{i} = × × × ε _{i} = |

Induced Emf As A Motional Emf Calculator Input Values |

Magnetic field (B) T [Tesla] |

Moving velocity of metal bar (v) m/s [metre per second] |

Length of the metal bar (L) m [metre] |

Angle between the metal bar and magnetic field lines (θ) rad [radian] |

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ε_{i} = B × v × L × sinθ

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