fleming's left hand rule apparatus
Fleming's Left Hand Rule Apparatus Original price was: ₹1,000.Current price is: ₹450. (Exc. GST)
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Fleming’s Right Hand Rule Apparatus

Fleming’s Right Hand Rule Apparatus is a device used to demonstrate the relationship between magnetism, motion, and induced current, as described by Fleming’s Right Hand Rule.

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Fleming’s Right Hand Rule, also known as the generator rule, is a mnemonic tool used in electromagnetism to predict the direction of induced current in a conductor moving through a magnetic field. It’s a quick and easy way to visualize the relationship between the three key factors involved:

  1. Motion (M): The direction of the conductor’s movement relative to the magnetic field.
  2. Magnetic Field (B): The direction of the magnetic field, conventionally from north to south magnetic pole.
  3. Induced Current (I): The direction of the current induced in the conductor.

Here’s how to use Fleming’s Right Hand Rule Apparatus:

  1. Extend your right hand with your thumb, index finger, and middle finger mutually perpendicular (at right angles).
  2. Point your thumb in the direction of the Motion (M) of the conductor.
  3. Point your index finger in the direction of the Magnetic Field (B).
  4. Your middle finger will then point in the direction of the Induced Current (I).

Remember: This rule applies to generators, where a conductor moves through a magnetic field to create an electric current. There’s a separate rule for motors, called Fleming’s Left Hand Rule, where the current creates a force on the conductor in the magnetic field.

Here are some additional points to remember:

  • The conductor must be moving relative to the magnetic field for current to be induced.
  • The strength of the induced current depends on several factors, including the strength of the magnetic field, the speed of the conductor, and the length of the conductor.
  • Fleming’s Right Hand Rule is a simplification and doesn’t account for all the complexities of electromagnetism. However, it’s a valuable tool for understanding the basic principles.