parnavi

If a high-frequency current is passed through a solenoid containing a metallic core, the core becomes warm due to induction. Explain why the temperature of the material rises in this situation.

Can somebody please explain why temperature of material rise because of high frequency current passing through it?

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obesix

The changing magnetic field of the solenoid induces eddy currents in the conducting core. This is accompanied by I*I*R conversion of electrically-transmitted energy into internal energy in the conductor.

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ekani

this specific numerous magnetic flux causes purl stitch gusts inside ore that electrical energy is definitely become dwelling(any) electricity from the centre

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