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jearls74
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Hello everyone, i have a question about induced voltage that i need help answering, in my calculations i believe i have made a mistake about the total voltage induced in the coil. My calculations follow as: 390 RPM / 60 Seconds = 6.5 Hz x 6 pole pairs = 39 Hz x 6.28 = 244.92 radians per second x .001529 m2 = .37448268 x .5 Tesla = .18724134 x 62 turns = 11.60 volts. My question is this: is this 11.60 volts the total voltage generated in the coil ? or is it the voltage generated in one side of the coil since the coil passes through the stator in 2 places and one side is influenced by north pole and the other side is influenced by a south pole? would the 2 voltages add together to get 23.21 volts for the total voltage of the coil?