Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by iain, Sep 29, 2009.
how much voltage would a d.c. generator with one coil produce per revolution of shaft ?.
How is it exactly that a DC generator is able to produce pulses? Sounds like an oxymoron to me, sort of like jumbo shrimp or deafening silence.
I could believe an AC Generator, whose output was transformed, rectified, and filtered to produce a DC output, but that is actually a different animal from a DC Generator.
iain, that would depend on alot of factors such as which magnetic materials are used, size of coil (if i remember correctly)..etc
there are 10 types of people in the world, those who read binary and those who don't....
another silly question : are you a student of doctor jassim ¿
You're not supposed to completely change your original post! Makes the rest look like idiots for answering a question that was not asked.
I'm totally confused - what's this thread all about?
For the record PB, the question you initially answered was: "how many pulses of voltage would d.c. generator with one coil produce per revolution of shaft ?"