thin neodymium magnates for electrical generators

can a super thin neodymium magnate of say 1.5mm thickness and 40cm diameter serve as the permanent magnate in an electrical generator for a small residential scale wind turbine

by bboxyokee
May 02, 2017

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Answer by mikerogerswsm

The short answer is yes, the long answer is that you need several of those magnets and a whole lot of copper wire coils put together in just the right way.

Here are some links that may be helpful: Hope they are useful to you, mike.

+1 vote
by mikerogerswsm
May 05, 2017

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