Coursera
Coursera Logo

Rice University - Physics 102 - Magnetic Fields and Faraday's Law 

  • Offered byCoursera

Physics 102 - Magnetic Fields and Faraday's Law
 at 
Coursera 
Overview

Duration

26 hours

Start from

Start Now

Total fee

Free

Mode of learning

Online

Official Website

Explore Free Course External Link Icon

Credential

Certificate

Physics 102 - Magnetic Fields and Faraday's Law
 at 
Coursera 
Highlights

  • Flexible deadlines Reset deadlines in accordance to your schedule Shareable Certificate Earn a Certificate upon completion 100% online Start instantly and learn at your own schedule Course 3 of 4 in the Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism Specialization
Details Icon

Physics 102 - Magnetic Fields and Faraday's Law
 at 
Coursera 
Course details

More about this course
  • This course serves as an introduction to the physics of electricity and magnetism
  • Upon completion, learners will have an understanding of how the forces between electric charges are described by fields, and how these fields are related to electrical circuits
  • They will gain experience in solving physics problems with tools such as graphical analysis, algebra, vector analysis, and calculus
  • The course follows the typical progression of topics of a first-semester university physics course: charges, electric forces, electric fields potential, magnetic fields, currents, magnetic moments, electromagnetic induction, and circuits
  • Each module contains reading links to a free textbook, complete video lectures, conceptual quizzes, and a set of homework problems
  • Once the modules are completed, the course ends with an exam
  • This comprehensive course series is similar in detail and rigor to what is taught on-campus. It will thoroughly prepare learners for their upcoming introductory physics courses, or more advanced courses in physics.
Read more

Physics 102 - Magnetic Fields and Faraday's Law
 at 
Coursera 
Curriculum

Magnetic Fields

The Big Picture

Bar Magnets and Pseudoscience

Magnetic Dipoles

Oersted's Demonstration

B Near a Wire

Moving Charge

Right Hand Rule

Magnetic Field Unit

Deflecting Charged Particles

Circular Motion Demonstration

Radius of Circular Motion

Frequency of Circular Motion

Bouncing an Electron off a Magnetic Field 1

Bouncing an Electron off a Magnetic Field 2

A Microscopic Unit for Energy

Bouncing from E Fields and B Fields

Non-Uniform Magnetic Field

Preramble

Setting Up the Problem

Solution for a Straight Wire

Solution for a Curved Wire

Force on a Square Loop

The Loop Moves!

Torque on a Square Loop: Qualitative

A Review of Torque

Torque on a Square Loop: Derivation

Torque on a Triangular Loop

Magnetic Dipole Moment of a Loop

Potential Energy of a Loop

Top Ten List

Welcome!

Grading Philosophy and Advice

University Physics

University Physics

University Physics

University Physics

University Physics

A Wire's Field

Which Poles?

Straight Wire and Loop

Flying Proton

Circular Motion?

Cartesian Motion

ANY Circumstance?

Force on a Wire

Dog Door

Resistive Loop

Magnetic Fields Homework

Sources of B

Magnetic Field from Current

Magnetic Field of a Straight Wire: Set Up

Magnetic Field of a Straight Wire: Solution

Magnetic Field of a Straight Wire: 3D Structure

Magnetic Field at the Center of a Current Loop

Magnetic Field off Axis from a Current Loop

Creating the Ampere

Statement of Ampere's Law

Ampere's Law for a Straight Wire

Several Amperian Loops

The Valentine's Day Monopole

The Ideal Solenoid

Amperian Loops Around the Solenoid

Ampere's Law Around the Solenoid

Magnetic Fields of a Toroid

Just Another Day in Houston

University Physics

University Physics

University Physics

University Physics

Two Wires

Arc-Loop

Parallel Wires

Five Wires

Do You Believe?

Toroid and Loop

Sources of B Homework

Faraday's Law

Historical Reenactment

Faraday's Law

Induction by a Moving Charge

Induction Due to Changes in Geometry

Move a Conductor in a Magnetic Field

Move a Wire Loop in a Uniform Magnetic Field

Move a Slider in a Uniform Magnetic Field

Damping the Moving Slider

Statement of Lenz's Law

Use of Lenz's Law

Energy of Lenz's Law

Induced Current Loops also Flow in Solids

Examples of Eddy Currents

What if There is No Loop or Block?

Updating Faraday's Law

Induced Electric Currents

How Does Nature Pick the Loop?

Introduction to the Generator

Power Created by a Generator

Mechanically Powering a Generator

Top Ten List

University Physics

University Physics

University Physics

University Physics

University Physics

University Physics

Deformable Loop

The Approaching Bar Magnet

Hanging by a Thread

Another Slider

Eddy Energy

Neutral Wire

Faraday's Law Homework

Exam

Exam

Physics 102 - Magnetic Fields and Faraday's Law
 at 
Coursera 
Admission Process

    Important Dates

    May 25, 2024
    Course Commencement Date

    Other courses offered by Coursera

    – / –
    Start Now
    – / –
    – / –
    – / –
    – / –
    – / –
    Start Now
    View Other 6713 CoursesRight Arrow Icon
    qna

    Physics 102 - Magnetic Fields and Faraday's Law
     at 
    Coursera 

    Student Forum

    chatAnything you would want to ask experts?
    Write here...