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HSC Motors and Generators dotpoints

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Notes cover each dot point in the HSC Syllabus for the Motors and Generators topic (does not cover practicals as each school will perform slightly different investigations).

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Technology Social Issues Physics Electromagnetism Electrical engineering Magnetic field Electric motors Armature Faraday's law of induction AC motor Transformer Electric generator Commutator DC motor
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Topics this document covers:
Technology Social Issues Physics Electromagnetism Electrical engineering Magnetic field Electric motors Armature Faraday's law of induction AC motor Transformer Electric generator Commutator DC motor
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Discuss the effect on the magnitude of the force on a current-carrying conductor of variations in: the strength of the magnetic field in which it is located, the magnitude of the current in the conductor, the length of the conductor in the external magnetic field, the angle between the direction of the external magnetic field and the direction of the length of the conductor. Solve problems and analyse information about the force on current-carrying conductors in magnetic fields using: F = BILsin . Motor effect is the phenomenon where a current-carrying conductor experiences a force in a magnetic field. Force on a current-carrying wire depends on: • • • • The strength of the external magnetic field. F is proportional B. The magnitude of the current in the conductor. F is proportional ...
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