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Thank you for the cool illustration of how an alternator works!

If you make it an animated GIF, it would be even better. Then people could see that the peaks of the sine wave occur when the magnet is nearest the loop. (You also might make the arrowhead solid, if you can do that in vector graphics).

...On the other hand, the tangent of the wave flips sign at the peak, which I would think only happens when the field goes from approaching to receding from one side of the coil—and that happens only when the field is perpendicular to the coil.

I'll add that to the list of 2⁹⁶⁹⁴⁸⁵⁴⁵³⁸⁸⁰⁶⁵⁶⁹⁴⁸⁰⁰⁴⁸⁶⁶⁰ other things I don't understand.

--Luxi Turna —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 2601:881:8000:180:6C4A:FB08:28B6:B9E2 (talk) 02:36, 16 April 2017 (UTC)

Thanks, awesome and excellent graphics. One typo, think it is Bruch's membrane.

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