You can't use that value on its ownwindgat wrote: . . .So I then used the link you posted, and calculated the gauss at a point in the middle of the stator. I got even less of a correlation! Maybe using grade directly is not so bad after all...
And size of the magnet.windgat wrote:Thanks. From what I can see the figure you get from that formula for average strength will be a linear function of magnet grade/Br?
windgat wrote:. . . Does that mean the diagram I posted shows the point of maximum voltage generated?
Is it possible that you are confusing "induced voltage" with magnetic force on a current carrrying wirewindgat wrote:
So if a wire moves at a constant speed through a constant magnetic field, no current would be induced?
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