I was reading an answer in Quora about how 3-phase electricity is generated. There was a picture in the answer:
Is it right to say that the generator above can produce 3 oscillating currents with 120 degree shift regarding in each coil based on Faraday's law of induction? Or it's just an oversimplified version that can not actually generate 3-phase electricity?
If it does, there are 2 coils for each phase in real-world 2-pole generators? (having 6 coils for generating 3 phases instead of 3 coils)