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Re: Static Gap Idea
Original poster: "brian by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <ka1bbg1-at-mcttelecom-dot-com>
Hi, sounds like an inventive mind at work. I suggest you work on the
project, report the findings, if they are positive great, and if not it will
be another project for the "been there" file,but you will have learned a
lot. cul brian f.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tesla list" <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2001 12:00 AM
Subject: Static Gap Idea
> Original poster: "Vince D'Amore by way of Terry Fritz
> Hello people
> I have this idea for a static gap. It is not all that new of a concept
> wanted to get some opinions on it.
> It is similar design to the Richard Quick spark gap.
> Using a 4 or 6 inch dia. piece of PVC but instead of the Copper pipe I
> use small brass knobs or bushings.
> Basically the design would be to cut a 4 inch length of PVC to start.
> The second part would be to cut a 1/4 inch groove cross section to mount
> knobs on the inside with the
> threaded screws coming through. I figure this would be an easy way to make
> adjustments as needed.
> Then using a flat PVC end cap for mounting the air flow system or cooling
> If needed perhaps
> blocking the other end of the PVC to force the air flow through the 1/4
> groove rather than through
> the whole assembly.
> Any thoughts or comments or advice would be greatly appreciated.