Linear Generator design

If I design a Linear generator in which the Stator components move rather than the magnent components will the design be comprimised. I
am refering to 1) will it still work as a generator and 2) can a stator withstand any forces applied to move it.?????????
Thanks in advance
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1) Yes, the magnitic force doesn't know the difference.
2) Yes if you design it to do so. Look at the centrifugal and torque forces on motor windings/laminations to get an idea of what's practical.
What's the application?
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On Jan 16, 7:51 am, snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com wrote:

Sorry for the delay.
Its a Wave Energy Converter in which the stator moves rather than the Magnet
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