Help using electromagnetic induction

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Homework Statement


I am attempting to create a generator using electromagnetic induction. I am using a push pull system to move a bar magnet through a coil to create current. But I am unsure of the dimensions to build it with and when I attempt to use the equation I get stuck. I am looking for around 7.86 volts AC current.

Homework Equations


v = N × dΦ/dt


The Attempt at a Solution

 

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Homework Statement


I am attempting to create a generator using electromagnetic induction. I am using a push pull system to move a bar magnet through a coil to create current. But I am unsure of the dimensions to build it with and when I attempt to use the equation I get stuck. I am looking for around 7.86 volts AC current.

Homework Equations


v = N × dΦ/dt


The Attempt at a Solution

Welcome to the PF.

You will get a better dΦ/dt if you wave the end of the magnet back and forth in front of the coil, instead of pushing it in and out of the coil. Can you make that change?
 
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Yes, what method of moving the coil would you suggest?
 
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berkeman
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Yes, what method of moving the coil would you suggest?
What configuration do induction generators use? :smile:
 
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Basically you have a copper coil and I just have to wave the magnet in front to create a change in magnetic flux.
 

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