If I understand your doubt correctly, you are trying to calculate the winding resistance manually.
It should be in the designer's knowledge that how many turns/conductors he will be using, how much is the diameter of each conductor, and whether these turns with chosen diameter will fit in that space available. When you know this you can calculate the conductor cross-section area, length of the conductor/wire required, and hence the resistance.
What you have in your design is just a representation of a coil and what's important here is the MMF generated by the coil. It means you can represent a coil having 100 turns and carrying a current of 10 A flowing through it even with 50 turns and 20A and in many ways, in both cases, MMF is the same hence the effect is the same.
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