This is a branch question (from this question) related to magnetic induction:
These deal with how different configurations of coiled layers might affect the outcome:
If one were to bundle multiple layers of coiling to up the coils, would it be more effective to have each layer connected in parallel and running in the same direction? (example - 2 ins and 2 outs)
If one were to coil 'loosely' such that the wire is wrapping around the coil at a 45 degree angle - would it generate less induction than the same number of coils tighter coiled at nearly a 90 degree angle (pretty sure this is a yes - but wondering if there is any silver lining in terms of resistance - perhaps with a deluge of parallel-connected layers))?
In the event that two or more layers are connected in parallel - would the energy created across each layer likely be significantly less? In the event of (say) five layers of coiling connecting, each with differing currents (or voltages), how might the resultant current be combined once reunited (presuming a similar wire is receiving the energy)?
I am keenly interested in the variables at play being defined - as well as any information on how such might play out. Thank you for any guidance.