Thanks to anyone kind enough to help check my logic. Using 13 gauge copper wire and a magnet I can generate .05 watt every time the magnet passes the coil (according to the voltmeter). Am I correct in assuming that if the magnet passes the coil 60 times a minute, then (.05 watts X 60rpm X 60 min/hr) = 180 watts per hour?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Much appreciate your help.

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# Check logic for Watts calculation

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