On Nov 22, 2:20 pm, Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote: (snipped) > > Hi Tim, I will stop for 3d volume. > > It has been a long time since I took apart an electric motor of its > windings of copper wire. > > Tell me, are the windings close to being spherical in all? And are the > windings of 1 long copper wire or are they of 2 long copper wires or > more? > > I am thinking that we may have the electric motor duplicating the act > of 2 electrons sharing a suborbital. The two may imitate one another. > > Tim, do you have an electric motor close by that you can disassemble? >
Hi, Tim, now the rotor that is displayed in Wikipedia looks to be cylinder shaped and the wires look to be as parallel as possible. So is that one wire wound around or is it many separate wires wound around?
I need to see how Ampere's law that parallel currents attract one another is obeyed by the rotor of an electric motor.
Can you dissemble a old electric motor at your place Tim? I need to find out if we can have a spherical shape instead of cylindrical and whether the wires are in parallel.