μ=k(μo) k=200 (μo) = 4(pi)*10^-7

n = N/L

N=number of turns (86 a row 3 rows)

L = Length of core (8in) = .203m

I =1000

My problem starts with current. I'm using a transformer to first change my power into ac and second to bump it up to 120v. I have .12 ohms resistance in my coil. So with doing the math I came up with 1000 amps. Is this the correct way of doing it?

So if I continue I have

μ = 200*(4(pi)*10^-7) = 2.513*10^-4 t/amp m

n = 86/.203 = 423.645 turns/m

I=1000a (from above)

so if I put it all together I get

B = 2.513*10^-4 T/amp m *1000 amp * 423.645 T/m

B = 157.721 T

Is this correct? I feel like it isn't for some reason.

Thank you,

Ziggey