Re: Corum brothers' paper
Actually the reference I am refering to is hinted in the tesla coil handbook
by Todd A Pringle available from Lindsay. It says:
for those readers who dont mind entering the world of lumped lossy coupled
coils, I recommend the paper, Tesla Coils, AN RF Processing Tutorial for
Engineers, by KL COrum and JD Corum Phd.
This is on p11. It seems that this is the thing to read for me, since it
does the full analysis. Also a Phd on this groups was mentioning Corum
brother paper a feew times in his posts.
Please help me get the exact reference to this, because the way it is mentioned
means that it exists and the author has seen it.
> * Carbons Sent to: tesla-at-grendel.objinc-dot-com
> Quoting "Edward V. Phillips" <ed-at-ALUMNI.CALTECH.EDU>:
> Subject: Corum brothers' paper, RF processing tutorial,
> > I have some of the Corum's literature here, which pretty well
> > covers the subject, but don't recognize those particular
> > titles. Can you be more explicit?
> Perhaps the original poster is referring to the _TCTUTOR
> A PERSONAL COMPUTER ANALYSIS OF SPARK GAP TESLA COILS; With
> Particular Emphasis on Tesla's Colorado Springs Machine_
> "Written for the IBM Compatable Family of Personal Computers"
> by James F. Corum, Daniel J. Edwards, Kenneth L. Corum, 1988
> Corum & Associates, Inc., 8551 State Route 534, Windsor, Ohio
> 44099; Library of Congress Card Catalog Number 88-92703; ISBN 0-
> This previously unlisted reference of mine will be added to the
> TESLA REFERENCES text now that I have taken the time to write
> this all down. The list of references gets bigger...
> Richard Quick
> ... If all else fails... Throw another megavolt across it!
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