Background: Induction coil of 16AWG copper magnet wire(4.01600 Ohms/1000 Feet); 39 winds in coil which has an area of .00188m^2 and a total length of 23.79682 feet which gives me a total resistance of .09557Ohms. With the coil under the conditions (which can be varied) of a moving magnetic field; such that it produces a projected output voltage of 4.41069 volts at 46.15239Amps. Now, an AWG reference guide I have lists the wire as having a Current Carrying Ampacity (based on 1A/700mils) of 3.247. So does this mean the wire can only handle up to the 3.247Amps per the resistance of 1000 feet of the wire? Am I trying to shove about 15 times too much current through the wire based on this, or is this just the point that the wire will start to heat up and do nasty things? I understand that Ampacity is the amount of current a wire can handle (like how much water pressure a garden hose can handle before it bursts), but I'm stuck on how to figure it out so I can know what changes to make to the coil (ie lengthen or shorten) or to the magentic field conditions (stronger/ weaker or faster/slower rpms etc). I would greatly appreciate any input / clarification on this.