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##### Re: Right hand rule, please comment.
« Reply #8 on: September 02, 2021, 22:32:18 pm »
We also have to consider the magnetic curl.  The way the flux lines curl around the wire.  With a motor, the curl goes one way, and the curls go the other way with a generator.

Can you use the same wire for both the motor and generator?

and then there is counter torque and cemf. wasnt there someone with a motor/ gen with wire soldered direct to core
I just happen to be checking up on atom, copper 29 and Iron 26

That is interesting!

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« Reply #9 on: September 06, 2021, 04:50:39 am »
Okay guys, what is your deal here? Now I'm getting violant! Lol j/k foreal, why are there no participates here on the questions I've ask?

I was going to answer your question, until you flipped out, throwing insults like the troll at ou.  That's not the way to inspire participation in your discussion.

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« Reply #10 on: September 06, 2021, 06:04:45 am »

Define the word 'oppose':

Oppose is an acronym which stands for:

Other Power Projected Onto Starting Energy.

The Starting Energy is some usual kind, such as magnetic, static, kinetic, optical, etc.
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##### Re: Right hand rule, please comment.
« Reply #11 on: September 08, 2021, 02:59:36 am »
We have two ways to generate an electrical potential.  One way is inductive, in which a magnetic field expands through a conductor.  (Or contracts).
The other way uses a motional field, in which a wire and a magnetic field move relative to each other, with flux cutting through the wire, or visa versa.

So does the Right Hand Rule apply in both situations?

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« Reply #12 on: September 08, 2021, 10:48:13 am »
Okay guys, what is your deal here? Now I'm getting violant! Lol j/k foreal, why are there no participates here on the questions I've ask?

Violent persons are removed from this forum....

B, i have a new job since 4 months.....I work day and night...Sorry for not having time here...

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« Reply #13 on: September 08, 2021, 10:51:09 am »
We have two ways to generate an electrical potential.  One way is inductive, in which a magnetic field expands through a conductor.  (Or contracts).
The other way uses a motional field, in which a wire and a magnetic field move relative to each other, with flux cutting through the wire, or visa versa.

So does the Right Hand Rule apply in both situations?

Friction also produces a potential difference.....

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« Reply #14 on: September 08, 2021, 10:54:56 am »
Fact check;

Let's assume we have a vertical inductor glued to a table top. Let's assume I connect the bottom inductor lead to the positive terminal of a battery, and the top terminal inductor lead to the negative terminal of the same battery, what pole field would the top of the bar be, and what pole field would the bottom of the bar be?

Please don't cheat and go assemble this, or test a inductor laying next to you. Please use the current knowledge you have on hand. If you're unable to do this in your head that's ok, just be honest and say I don't know without actually testing this. This thread posted here is a very sensitive post so please follow the requested rules, if this is done correctly there will be a reward for a number of members here.

And please each contributing member end your post/reply with a definition for the words oppose, and then initial. Thank you!

It would be very kind of you when you made a youtube of the coil test....
Just to teach us and because i dont have the time and access to my lab....
As said, my new job is too far from my home, so i stay not at home during the week....
I try to get some lab stuf over...but till then....no change...