i am planning to make a magnetic generator & i have a question :(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

if i provide a disk with 12 numbers of neodymium (1x1”x1”cylinder) (n48) magnets around it ,

moving by motor clock wise at 1500 rpm ,

( magnet specification: Br: 13.80- 14.20 KG, Hcb: > = 10.5 Koe, Hcj: > = 11 KOe )

the magnets facing 12 Coils , each coil (3”x 2”) with 782 winding turns (copper awg 15),

each coil inductance = 8.685 mH & each coil resistance = 1.051 ohms .

so how many volts can be gain from the output of the coils ?

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# How do i calculate magnetic coils output volts ?

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