I am saying electrical was my field of study. I look at things from that standpoint.http://www.crowitis.com/images/About Our Stator...And How It Is Affected By The System Load.pdf
Read the third paragraph. Maybe they are wrong and you are right. I don't know. I said I don't understand electrical stuff but do understand physics...wasn't saying I was right,just that's how it looks from a physics viewpoint.
A microwave cooks food because it converts ALOT of electrical energy into those microwaves...decrease the power and it cooks slower...so not sure what you're saying here now.
The microwave reference was an illustration of how heat is formed by electron movement. Crude as it may be. All I am saying is, any time a coil wrapped around an iron core is passed through a magnetic field is it induces voltage which, is by definition, electrons on the surface of the wires in the coil moving. If they have nowhere to go they won't move as fast but start bumping into each other and will produce heat even if that field is not rotating. It is likely only on one leg of a triple wound coil like we are dealing with and probably almost immeasurable but it is there, no matter what an internet article says. Bonjour
Any way we are still kinda off topic here but that could be part of the reason we have a single leg failure in most stators, That is highly debateable but not out of the realm of possibility since most v-twins will usually stop at one of two points during normal shutdown.
I stand by my statement .