If you get a capacitor that is two plates and a dielectric and next to it you put two plates close but not in contact at opposite sides and the capacitor in the middle is charged, each of its plates will act as a Leyden jar to induce charges in the outside plates.
When the outside plates are connected they will induce current because a huge potential difference is created between the outside plates.
The potential difference is created the same way the outside aluminum foil on a Leyden jar is charged, when the water inside the bottle is charged.
If I fixed the two outside plates (white plates) in one place and rotated the capacitor (red plates) at 60Hz so that the electric field is charging fast just like a magnetic generator, will it produce constant current if the capacitor itself is not discharged?
b. If the capacitance between the plates of the capacitor in the middle is 1µF and that capacitance between the plates of the capacitor and the outside plates is 5µF. If the capacitor is rotated at 60Hz will the current be generated be
Q= 5µF x 1200v =6
current per second 6 x 60Hz x 2 (2 is number of plate discharges per cycle) =720 amperes
What do you think?