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Calculating the velocity and pressure of an ionised gas based on magnetic pressure and magnetic force.

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  1. Based on magnetic pressure expressed on an ionised gas, how do I calculate the current flow in amperes?

The magnetic field is rotating and thus the ionised gas inside the conductive & magnetic material (iron) expresses its flow as an alternating current.

  1. Based on the magnetic force implied within the system, how do I calculate the speed at which the ionised gas flows throughout the system?

If it matters, the magnets that are not in rotation will change the current from AC-DC as it only allows one way flow like a diode. How would the change in current types affect the pressure of the gas?

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  • \$\begingroup\$ I suggest you try physics stack exchange. \$\endgroup\$ – Andy aka Mar 2 at 14:46

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