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Electromagnetic Induction

Fundamentals, Applications

Electromagnetic induction is the generation of an electromotive force in a closed electrical circuit. It results from a changing magnetic field as it passes through the circuit. Some of the most basic components of electrical power systems—such as generators and transformers—make use of electromagnetic induction.

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