Re: German Coil Tech Brief
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Date: Tue, 30 Sep 1997 09:14:49 +0000
From: Greg Leyh <lod-at-pacbell-dot-net>
To: Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Subject: Re: German Coil Tech Brief
Bert Hickman wrote:
> > You can access National Technical Information Services at
> > http://www.ntis.gov
> > Use their search engine to seek Tesla Transformers by W. Heise
> > Ten or more documents available by on line order
> > Guten abend
> > Ken Edelman
> Ken and Greg,
> Interesting Site!! Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find Heise's paper.
> However, one 44 page technical report that did show up was by J. Corum
> and J. Daum on Tesla Coil Research, performed bt the Battelle Memorial
> Inst., Columbus, OH.; Close Combat Armaments Center (Army), Watervliet,
> NY. (Code: DODXA). This report runs about $24. Greg, do you know
> anything about this one?
No I don't, but it does sound interesting! The Battelle-Columbus
Institute is famous for it's research into electro-magnetic weapons,
such as satellite killers and 2 mile railguns that shoot multi-ton
projectiles into space!
Regarding the Heise paper, the NTIS receive date stamped on the front
is 17 JAN 1972. Perhaps it is still only available on microfiche
at this point?