## What are the disadvantages of eddy current?

Disadvantages of Eddy Currents: There is a major heat loss during cycling eddy currents due to friction in the magnetic circuit, especially where the core is saturated. Thus there is the loss of useful electrical energy in the form of heat. There is magnetic flux leakage.

## How do you find parallel EMF?

We know that ε = V+ + V-. = I (R + r). ε = IR + Ir. V = ε – Ir. So, V = ε – Ir, where V is the potential difference across the circuit, ε is the emf, I is the current flowing through the circuit, r is internal resistance.

## What is difference between voltage and EMF?

Emf is the voltage developed between two terminals of a battery or source, in the absence of electric current. Voltage is the potential difference developed between the two electrode potentials of a battery under any conditions.

## What is the relation between EMF and current?

Current flows in the direction of the greater emf and is limited to I=(emf1−emf2)r1+r2 I = ( emf 1 − emf 2 ) r 1 + r 2 by the sum of the internal resistances. (Note that each emf is represented by script E in the figure.) A battery charger connected to a battery is an example of such a connection.

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## Is EMF scalar or vector?

Electromotive force (EMF) is a scalar quantity.

## What is back EMF in motor?

The back emf is represented as a variable emf that opposes the one driving the motor. Back emf is zero when the motor is not turning, and it increases proportionally to the motor’s angular velocity. Back emf is the generator output of a motor, and so it is proportional to the motor’s angular velocity ω.

## Do generators have back EMF?

When the coil of a motor is turned, magnetic flux changes through the coil, and an emf (consistent with Faraday’s law) is induced. The motor thus acts as a generator whenever its coil rotates. The back emf is represented as a variable emf that opposes the emf driving the motor.

## Where is back EMF found?

A motor has coils turning inside magnetic fields, and a coil turning inside a magnetic field induces an emf. This emf, known as the back emf, acts against the applied voltage that’s causing the motor to spin in the first place, and reduces the current flowing through the coils of the motor.