September 7, 2021 at 11:38 am

igorgordeev

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Magnet moving upward with velocity through a coil

This is the external circuit for the project

I and J are in the same direction

North facing upwards

This is the result. It due to J is positive and induced voltage is negative. I and J are in the same direction

This time the magnet direction is south pole upwards and I and J are in the same direction

This is the result. It(current) due to J is in the same direction as the voltage.

The expected result is that the direction of I and J for the north versus the south pole would be opposite and that the induced voltage would be opposite of the current in both instances. This would then follow Faraday's law

Cannot determine by the conflicting results of the induced voltage, I and J whether the Ansys Electronics program is using Faraday's law or Lenz's law. Can you help to determine this please

This is the external circuit for the project

I and J are in the same direction

North facing upwards

This is the result. It due to J is positive and induced voltage is negative. I and J are in the same direction

This time the magnet direction is south pole upwards and I and J are in the same direction

This is the result. It(current) due to J is in the same direction as the voltage.

The expected result is that the direction of I and J for the north versus the south pole would be opposite and that the induced voltage would be opposite of the current in both instances. This would then follow Faraday's law

Cannot determine by the conflicting results of the induced voltage, I and J whether the Ansys Electronics program is using Faraday's law or Lenz's law. Can you help to determine this please