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# Mathcad - 06-04 - π r where v is the velocity of the...

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E coil 1.414 10 3 × V = E coil sides E cond = (75% of 400) sides 300 = there are 200 turns or 400 conductors in the coil but only 75% are under the poles and generating voltage. Thus: E cond 4.712V = E cond B l v = v 9.425 m s = v n circum = but it travels around 10 times a second, so circum 0.942m = circum 2 π r = r 0.15 m = in one revolution a conductor travels 2
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Unformatted text preview: π r: where v is the velocity of the conductor E B l ⋅ v ⋅ = To find the total voltage generated, we need the voltage in single conductor of the coil n 10 rev sec = or n 600 rev min ⋅ = B 1.0 T ⋅ = l 0.5 m ⋅ = Problem 6-4: Solution turns 1 ≡ rev 1 ≡ poles 1 ≡...
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