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STUDY THESE PORTIONS FROM MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENT AND MAGNETISM
- Biot’s Sawart’s law and application to find
- Magnetic Field at a point on the axis of a current carrying circular loop
- Magnetic Field at the centre of a circular loop carrying current
- State Ampere’s Circuital law and its application to find the magnetic field at a point due to an infinitely long straight current carrying conductor.
- Magnetic field inside a current carrying solenoid using Ampere’s circuital law
- Magnetic field inside a current carrying toroid using Ampere’s circuital law
- Principle construction and working of a toroid. (Practice the diagram as per NCERT Text Book)
- Force on a current carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field.
- Force between two long straight parallel conductors of infinite length and definition of one ampere.
- Torque on a current carrying rectangular loop in a uniform magnetic field
- Principle construction and working of a Moving Coil Galvanometer.
- Radial Magnetic Field, how is it achieved and the importance of radial magnetic field in Moving coil Galvanometer.
- Conversion of galvanometer into (a) voltmeter and (b) ammeter.
- Para, Dia and Ferromagnetic substances and their properties
- Elements of earth’s magnetic field
- Derive expression for Magnetic field at a point due to a short magnetic dipole. (Axial position and equatorial position)
- Magnetic intensity, Magnetisation, Hysterisis loop, retentivity, coercivity
STUDY THESE PORTIONS FROM ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION AND AC
- Faraday’s laws of electromagnetic induction
- State Lenz’s Law and show that it is in accordance with the law of conservation of energy.
- Eddy current and its applications.
- Self induction and self inductance. Define 1 henry
- Mutual induction and mutual inductance. Define one henry.
- Construction, Principle and working of transformer. Explain the various losses in a transformer and how can each be minimised.
- Mean value of ac
- RMS value of ac
- AC circuit containing L only
- AC circuit containing C only
- AC circuit containing R only
- LCR seies circuit (Expression for impedance)
- Resonance in LCR series circuit, expression for resonant frequency, graph showing variation of current with frequency of AC, Q factor Go to Next Page