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Course Structure

3 Lesson
0 Quizes

Time

3 weeks

Level

beginner

Invesment

2,500.00 LKR

2020 Local A/L Students

To understand the theory and relevant applications of Electromagnetic Induction

Understanding how to approach the difficult past paper questions on Electromagnetic Induction

-demonstrates the laws of electromagnetic induction

-derives expressions for induced electromotive the force of a rod moving/ rotating in the magnetic field

-derives expressions for the induced electromotive force of a disc rotating in the magnetic field

-derives expressions for the maximum value of the induced electromotive force of a rectangular coil rotating in a magnetic field.

-describes the structure of the alternating current generator.

-expresses graphically the variation of e. m. f. of alternating current generator.

-Explain the formation of back e. m. f.

-explains the purpose of the starter switch.

-explains the structure and function of a transformer.

-carries out calculations related to transformers.

-explains elements of alternating current.

-States the relationship between r. m. s. value and the peak value of the voltage and current.

-explains the transmission of electric power qualitatively.

-carries out numerical calculations to solve related problems.

-Magnetic flux and flux linkage

-Laws of electromagnetic induction

-Faraday's law

-Lenz's law

-Demonstrating the laws of electromagnetic induction

-Electromotive force induced in a straight rod moving in a uniform magnetic field

-The expression for induced electromotive force

-Fleming's right-hand rule

-Electromotive force induced in a rod rotating in a magnetic field

-Electromotive force induced in a disc rotating in a magnetic field

-Electromotive force induced in a rectangular coil rotating in a magnetic field and expression for maximum value

-Alternating current generator

-Arrangement

-Graphical representation of the variation of electromotive force with time

-Introduction to alternating current and voltage

-r.m.s value and the peak value of the current and voltage.

-Average power in watts in a resistive circuits.

-Eddy currents and their uses

-Back e.m.f. of an electric motor

-Demonstration of back e. m. f. of electric motor

-Effect of the back e.m.f. on the armature current

-Controlling the initial current /starter switch

-Transformers

-Structure

-Relationship between the number of turns and the voltages of primary and secondary coils for ideal transformers.

-Step-down and step-up transformers

-Input and output power of the transformer

-The product VI, as input/output power of a transformer

-Energy loss in a transformer

-Loss due to Joule heating

-Loss due to eddy current

-Method to minimize energy loss

-Uses of transformers

-Transmission of electric power 

5th Sunday-- 9 am to 11 am -- Electromagnetic Induction Theory 1

8th Wednesday-- 9 am to 11 am -- Electromagnetic Induction Theory 2

12th Sunday--  9 am to 11 am -- Electromagnetic Induction MCQ discussion 1

15th Wednesday-- 9 am to 11 am -- Electromagnetic Induction MCQ discussion 2

19th Sunday-- 9 am to 11 am -- Electromagnetic Induction Essay question discussion

The discussion is conducted by Channa Hatharasinghe who is a BSc.(Physics) special graduate from the University of Sri Jayewardenepura and currently employed as a teaching assistant in the Department of Physics at the University of Sri Jayewardenepura. Also, he was a former Summer student at CERN in 2019 and also been working as a supportive teacher at LivePhysics for more than 2 years.

 

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