Faraday's Law (D+15)

  D+15+30 Demonstration of dependence of number of coils on induced flux
  D+15+0 Bar magnet induces current in a coil, shown on galvanometer.
  D+15+1 Oscillating magnets in coupled coils
  D+15+2 Elementary generator: Bar moved in magnetic field.
  D+15+4 Earth inductor: Coil spun in Earth's field makes voltage.
  D+15+6 Generator: Coil with DC commutator rotates between magnets.
  D+15+8 Alternator: Coil with AC commutator rotates between magnets.
  D+15+10 Hand-cranked AC alternator powers 120 volt lamp.
  D+15+11 Hand-cranked DC generator powers 120 volt lamp.
  D+15+12 Back EMF in a series DC motor with large flywheel.
  D+15+14 Eddy currents: Copper disk rotates over a spinning bar magnet.
  D+15+16 Damped pendulum: Swinging metal disks damped in magnetic field.
  D+15+20 Jumping rings: High current AC coil causes rings to jump.
  D+15+22 Skin effect: Metal sheet shielding varies with frequency.
  D+15+24 Levitator: Aluminum dish floats four inches off platform.
  D+15+26 Eddy currents:Small magnet slowly drops between aluminum rails.
  D+15+28 Eddy currents: Neodymium Magnet Drop.
  D+15+35 Equivalence of large and small loops around enclosed flux
  D+15+40 Flux through loop. EMF depends on position of the meter
  D+15+45 Magnet inserted and withdrawn from copper ring causes ring to swing.
  D+15+50 Applet: Faraday's Electromagnetic Lab
  D+15+55 Applet: Faraday's Law
  D+15+60 Applet: Genereator
  D+15+65 Applet: The Falling Ring with Finite Resistance
  D+15+70 Applet:Visualizing Electricity and Magnetism at MIT
  D+15+75 Applet: Light Index