Physics Chapter 16 - Magnetism

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Magnetism in Physics - Table of Contents

In this Magnetism section of Physics we cover the topics listed in the table below, each topic has a written tutorial (which you can read on your screen, print to read or use a web reader), a video tutorial, revision notes, revision questions and supporting calculators which allow you to check your own computations and calculations.

Magnetism Learning Material
Tutorial IDTitleTutorialVideo
16.1Introduction to Magnetism
16.2Magnetic Field Produced by Electric Currents
16.3Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Wire. Ampere's Force
16.4Magnetic Force on a Wire Moving Inside a Magnetic Field. Lorentz Force
16.5Magnetic Dipole Moment
16.6Ampere's Law
16.7Faraday's Law of Induction
16.8Lentz Law
16.9Inductance and Self-Induction
16.10Induction and Energy Transfers
16.11Induced Electric Fields
16.12RL Circuits
16.13Energy Stored in a Magnetic Field. Energy Density of a Magnetic Field. Mutual Induction
16.14Alternating Current. LC Circuits
16.15Introduction to RLC Circuits
16.16The Series RLC Circuit
16.17Power in an Alternating Circuit. Transformers
16.18Maxwell Equations

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This is the longest section of this Physics course. It begins with concepts like magnets and their types, magnetic poles, field force and moment, then it continues with some important laws of electromagnetism such as Ampere's, Faraday's and Lentz Law. Magnetic force acting in various situations such as in a long current-carrying wire, whether moving or not, inductance and induction, self-inductance, induced current and induced electromotive force, induced electric fields, RL and RLC circuits, energy stored in magnetic fields, direct and alternating current, energy stored in magnetic field and power in AC circuits are other concepts discussed in this section. Moreover, some practical applications of electromagnetism such as electric magnet, electric motor, electric generator and transformer (both types) are explained, illustrating them with examples. At the end of section, all relevant equations of electromagnetism known as Maxwell Equations are provided in a summative way.

Magnetism Calculators

In addition to the Magnetism tutorials, we also provide online Magnetism Calculators which allow you to calculate specific Magnetism formula in support of the tutorials or to check and verify your own calculations in support of your homework, coursework or thesis.

The following Physics Calculators are provided in support of the Magnetism tutorials.