# Faraday's Law

## Video Lectures

Lecture 1Play Video |
Faraday's Law and Lenz's Law TheoryIn this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian gives the meaning, uses and applications of Faraday's Law and Lenz' Law. |

Lecture 2Play Video |
Faraday's Law: Example I (Part I)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use Faraday's and Lenz' Law to find the magnitude and direction of the induced current and magnetic field in a coil of wire which has a changing magnetic field through it. (Part 1) |

Lecture 3Play Video |
Faraday's Law: Example I (Part II)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use Faraday's and Lenz' Law to find the magnitude and direction of the induced current and magnetic field in a coil of wire which has a changing magnetic field through it. (Part 2) |

Lecture 4Play Video |
Faraday's Law: Example I (Part III)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use Faraday's and Lenz' Law to find the magnitude and direction of the induced current and magnetic field in a coil of wire which has a changing magnetic field through it. (Part 3) |

Lecture 5Play Video |
Faraday's Law: Example II
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use Faraday's and Lenz' Law to find the magnitude and direction of the induced current and magnetic field in a coil of wire which has a constant magnetic field through it, but the coil is spinning at a certain rate. |

Lecture 6Play Video |
Lenz's Law: Example I
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use Lenz' Law to find the direction of the induced current in a loop of wire which has a changing magnetic field through it. |

Lecture 7Play Video |
Faraday's Law: Example III
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use Faraday's and Lenz' Law to find the magnitude and direction of the induced current and magnetic field in a coil of wire which has a changing magnetic field through it, and the surface area of the coil is also changing. |

Lecture 8Play Video |
Faraday's Law: Example IV (Part I)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use Faraday's and Lenz' Law to find the magnitude and direction of the induced current and magnetic field in a coil of wire which is sliding away from a long current carrying wire. (Part 1) |

Lecture 9Play Video |
Faraday's Law: Example IV (Part II)In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use Faraday's and Lenz' Law to find the magnitude and direction of the induced current and magnetic field in a coil of wire which is sliding away from a long current carrying wire. (Part 2) |

Lecture 10Play Video |
Faraday's Law: Example IV (Part III)In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use Faraday's and Lenz' Law to find the magnitude and direction of the induced current and magnetic field in a coil of wire which is sliding away from a long current carrying wire. (Part 3) |