I have made a flywheel with magnets attached and 4 power coils, not working out properly

ThePanMan

Joined Mar 13, 2020
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Aside from your very first post (Post #1) you have commented 79 times. That's not counting post #1
Page 1) you commented 14 out of 20 posts
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Page 7 starts with post # 121. 79 of all posts (80 if you count post #1) have been your posts. OK, I get it. You want to be heard. Well, we hear you. Like a clanging piece of iron dragging underneath a car, we hear you. I don't know how many people are in agreement with you but from what I'm seeing, first, you're doing most of the talking. Second, though people are trying to help you, you only want to hear what you want to hear. Like @Tonyr1084 said;
you are intent on building no matter what anyone else says. Go ahead and build it. It will no doubt turn out to be a great learning experience for you.
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Maglatron

Joined Nov 3, 2023
154
so voltage across the resistor divided by resistor give current.
the voltage across the resistor squared, then divided by resistor to give power.
just clarifying
 

BobTPH

Joined Jun 5, 2013
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so voltage across the resistor divided by resistor give current.
the voltage across the resistor squared, then divided by resistor to give power.
just clarifying
Yes.

Ohm’s law: V = I x R

So by simple algebra: V / R = I

Power is: P = V x I

So, substituting V / R for I (from above)

P = V x V / R or V^2 / R
 
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