Ok, I'm new to electronics and have some pretty simple questions that I can't seem to find answers to elsewhere. Let's say I have a DC motor that I want to use as a generator with the following specifications: 130 VDC 17 A 5950 RPM I know that in order to generate 130 Volts, that would mean spinning the motor 5950 times per minute. Which would mean that spinning the motor at around 46 revolutions per minute would generate 1 volt. But I'm not sure how the current would work in this situation. Do I need 5950 RPM in order to create that 17 Amp current? or is this another proportional thing? Thank you for your help!