can i increase current in a ac current without decreasing voltage?

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lohithg (author) 5 years ago
I thought i can increase wattage by placing three coils in the following way

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L m n
among them 'L' as primary and m,n as secondary so that when electricity is passed through L magnetic lines of force from that coil induces current to 'm'.as electricity passes through 'm' it again sends magnetic lines of force inducing current in 'n'.so that connecting 'm' , 'n' in parallel or series will give me increased wattage
iceng lohithg5 years ago
The process of adding more coils can increase voltage in series or
increase current  in parallel but the wattage power out of a single or
summed across any  number of secondaries can never exceed the
Primary (L) power in watts.

I see a dangerous leaning to magic solutions in your thinking lohithg  :-)
Would you not think if that was possible the millions of intellects since
Nikola Tesla would have tried and published ?

You Can't Get Something For Nothing .   .  .  .  .  .  Except in politics :-)
lohithg (author) 5 years ago
Thank you all
Re-design5 years ago
Thicker wire will have less resistance and you will have more current but you'd need lab quality equipment to notice the difference.
iceng5 years ago
I don't think you can, because that is a power out issue and is limited by the
semiconductors in the design.
You would have to increase the semiconductor count to increase the power.

Yes. I mean no. Well, I mean, it depends on what you're talking about.