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Let there be a region of magnetic field with some intensity. Let a sheet swing through it. Now as we know when the sheet enters or exits the region there is an induced emf due to Lenz’s Law. Now when the sheet is travelling through the region, then there is an induced emf by B*l*v in a direction but it is not explained by rate of chenge of flux, according to which emf should be 0. Would anyone please explain this reason.?

Let there be a region of magnetic field with some intensity. Let a sheet swing through it. Now as we know when the sheet enters or exits the region there is an induced emf due to Lenz’s Law. Now when the sheet is travelling through the region, then there is an induced emf by B*l*v in a direction but it is not explained by rate of chenge of flux, according to which emf should be 0. Would anyone please explain this reason.?

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