1) If a simple parallel plate capacitor connected to a circuit, and discharging, were to move in an exterior magnetic field, what would happen to the interior region?
Interior region components:
- Positive & Negative plates.
- Dielectric material.
- No dielectric material(vacuum)
2) That same moving capacitor (while discharging) is exposed to a time-varying magnetic field. What effects could occur?
Ideas that come to mind:
- Eddy currents
- Time-varying induced electric field
- Lorentz force(Highly doubt it can contribute anything, in the case of vacuum gap between the plates it does not interact with displacement currents, in the case of a dielectric material the polarization would not yield to a net-positive force in any direction... they should cancel out).