Mutual Induction

Mutual Induction

Mutual Induction

By placing two coils side by side, if the current in one coil is allowed to change, they induced electromotive force is produced in the other coil and induced current flows in the second coil. This phenomenon is called mutual induction. It is the production of an electromotive force in a circuit by a change in the current in an adjacent circuit which is linked to the first by the flux lines of a magnetic field.

Definition of mutual induction: Electromagnetic induction which is produced in the secondary coil due to the non-uniform flow of current in the primary coil is called mutual induction. Generally, it can be said that, if due to the change of flux occurred as a result of the non-uniform flow of current in a coil, electromagnetic induction is produced in another closed coil then that induction is called mutual induction.magnetic field

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