Himanshu Pandey Asked a Question
July 23, 2020 1:19 ampts 30 pts
Q.1 What's reason of always using an "insulated" wire in solenoid???? Q.2 Tell me about the third point how it comes. I think diagram is not clear?!!!
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  • Ruby negi Best Answer
    everyone gave u reason for question 1 so think it is clear to u.. i attached solution for second ques(i.e part c), here only the direction of m.f changes the sign of B, and the dir...
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    Ruby negi
    feel free to aks
  • Somnath thankyou
    For your first question it is very simple to find out the reason.If we do not insulate the wire we will not get effect of solenoid because the wire of each turn will touch each oth...
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  • Chandra dhawan
    Insulated copper wire is used in making solenoid, because if we use without insulation current flows in the shortest path (straight path) and gets short circuited, so that it canno...
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    Chandra dhawan
    see cmnt
  • Vaishali sharma
    Insulated copper wire is used in making solenoid, because if we use without insulation current flows in the shortest path (straight path) and gets short circuited, so that it canno...
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    Vaishali sharma
    dear if u hv querry drop a comment here
  • Ravi prakash yadav
    diagram is not for case c.insulated wire in solenoid is also used so that we don't get shock.and wire is wrapped in iron core.if the wire won't be insulated,the current will flow t...
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  • Deepak singh
    Insulated copper wire is used in making solenoid, because if we use without insulation current flows in the shortest path (straight path) and gets short circuited, so that it canno...
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