Electromagnetic induction

When an area delimited by a conductor suffers magnetic induction flux variation, a electromotive force (women) or tension. If the terminals are connected to an electrical device or a current meter, this electromotive force will generate a current called induced current.

This phenomenon is called electromagnetic induction because it is caused by a magnetic field and generates electric currents.

The induced current only exists as long as there is variation of the flow, called inductor flow.