This lesson covers the concept of voltage induction in armature conductors under open circuit conditions. The lesson explains how to calculate the voltage induced in a single conductor and then extrapolates this to multiple conductors in parallel paths. It emphasizes the importance of considering the number of conductors present in a parallel path rather than the total number of armature conductors. The lesson also explains how to calculate the total number of armature conductors, considering multi-turn coils and the number of coil sides in each slot.

The total voltage induced across the armature terminals is not simply the voltage induced in a single conductor multiplied by the total number of armature conductors.

The total number of armature conductors includes all coil sides in each slot, considering multi-turn coils.

The total number of armature conductors can be calculated by multiplying the number of slots by the number of coils in each slot.

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