Induced conductor net problem

My article Coil and resistor induction paradox shows that the potential energy of electrons in an induced coil is not correctly described by Faraday’s law. This is illustrated by Figure 1 in which a circular circuit with a resistor A is induced in a magnetic field; the resistance of the wire P is negligible. The inconsistency is that the electric field in the conductor wire P is zero and the moving electrons cannot collect energy. The present article exposes another problem: finding the potential in induced circuit with multiple resistor and branches.

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Induced conductor net problem


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