CP10c Flemings left hand rule and motors

Edexcel CP10c Flemings left hand rule and the motor effect. This powerpoint start by recapping the basics of magnetism and then looks at how Flemings left hand rule determine the direction in which the wire moves. This is followed by calculating the size of the force using the equation F=Bx I x l and includes worked examples. It then moves onto looking at how motors work and the different parts in a motor and finally finishes with the opportunity to build a simple DC motor. There is plenty of opportunity for Afl within this lesson. The workmat also included allows students to work independent of their books as it has key points, learning outcomes and graded questions on it.

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Created: Jun 15, 2019

Updated: Jun 25, 2019

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pptx, 5 MB

Electric-Motors

Worksheet

docx, 1 MB

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Lesson plan

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