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I have a personal "garage tinkering" project I'm working on which involves the production of magnetically induced electricity. I've been using Faraday's Law to figure the estimated voltage output of various coils under various conditions. However, I have been unable to find a/the formula/s that will allow me to calc the output amperage of the coils. I know it involves the resistance of the material, cross-section and overal length of the wire used in the coil, and I may well have seen it but looked right past it not recognizing it as what I needed. Would someone please let me know the formula I'm looking for? I'd appreciate any assistance in this. Thank you.

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# Amperage Formula Needed

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