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Jykos

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  1. I have some googling to do... I can say that all coils are in the same state (current flow) at all times.
  2. And I should note its an AC generator (diagram was for simplicity)
  3. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH (my voltages are sub 2V on a good day. Its a small turbine for hiking)
  4. If that's true then the power output should work: 3*2=1*(4+2)
  5. Ok, thanks. They are literally just coils of wire so backflow isn't an issue. Optimizing power output is however.
  6. Will the power output (of the resistor) be less than that of a generator with the coils in series?
  7. i.e. if coil 1 can produce 4V 1A by it's self and coil 2 can produce 2V 1A: Will they add to 2V 2A or 4V 1.5A or something else?
  8. I know, but what happens if one say, has more turns, How will voltage balance?. I'm starting to think I'll want them in series as kirchovs law (that piece of s#@t) means that the "lower voltage" one would act kinda as a resistor? Maybe? I'm no expert.
  9. I'm building a water turbine. There are more coils however for my question I have simplified to two: What happens to the voltage across the resistor if the top coil (coil 1) has a higher potential than the bottom coil (coil 2)?
  10. Have a look at Cooler Master's QuickFire range. They're nice and minimal and have back-lighting.
  11. Don't know about the first two but out of 3 and 4, get the clouds.
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