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Original poster: "Steven Steele" <sbsteele@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Yes, That would be the Right Hand Rule.
I was simply following my teacher's instructions when I wound more than one
layer. The whole time, I was doubting that it was a good idea, but I didn't
say anything because he's my teacher. Next time, I'll speak my mind.
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Sent: Friday, April 08, 2005 10:42 AM
Subject: Re: Resonance
Original poster: Dgboorse@xxxxxxx
I'm familiar with the empirical approach to science and use it myself from
time to time. My question is one however that I think can be easily
anyone who understands electrical theory. I'm a pre-beginner when it comes
to this stuff.
When I was your age or a bit younger, I read a book on electricity and
remember seeing a hand (a right hand) made into a fist with the thumb pointing
straight out. If I remember correctly, the thumb showed the direction of
flow and the curvature of the fingers showed the direction of induction...I
think...it's been more than half a century since I read it.
It came to mind when a couple men asked you if you had more than one layer or
if you wound the layers in the same direction. That's why I asked the first
question about the current flowing two different directions around the coil.
I think that Malcolm not only answered the question for me, but his
suggestion to you about reading a book on electrical theory is one I
certainly need to
Good luck in your project and your career.