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RE: Re: Is Corum and Corum forbidden topic?
Original poster: "by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <rob-at-pythonemproject-dot-com>
Thanks Terry! I am at work now and have a 5000 segment sim of my 2Mhz coil
running. Except this time its in Fortran and on a 1.8Ghz P4. Will be fun
to see how long it takes. I'm using the Fortran version of the ASAP
antenna simulator. It does closely coupled loops of insulated wire very well.
But at 10 segments/turn I am on the insane edge. And I am certain that the
segments don't line up, which may bork everything. You can find the
FORTRAN ASAP at http://home.att-dot-net/~ray.l.cross/asap/.
Thanks for the heads-up on the Corum stuff.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Tesla list" <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
>Sent: Mon, 29 Apr 2002 08:22:20
>Original poster: "Terry Fritz" <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>
>The work of the Corums is not forbidden. :-)
>However, in the last few
>years I think the general consensus is that more
>modern ideas and theories
>have taken their place. There have been some
>stunning changes in the last
>few years regarding resonator theory. You really
>did miss a lot ;-)) Most
>things are now very predictable and easy to
>simulate and measure.
>Very good lumped element models are available:
>A number of programs can predict primary to
>secondary coupling to within 1%:
>Programs like E-Tesla can predict resonant
>frequencies of secondaries with
>toroids and such to within a few %:
>The secondary voltage profiles not only have been
>predicted but measured:
>I think the theory presented in Paul's paper at:
>is by far the best out there. It seems to predict
>reality stunningly well
>and many parts of it have been verified. Many
>parts of the Corum's
>resonator theories now have been directly
>disproved. So the Corum's ideas
>are not forbidden but rather have been replaced
>with newer theory.
>At 06:30 AM 4/29/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>>I had to briefly check my mail this morning as I
>had the accumulation of
>>mail after running the ASAP simulator to model a
>coil (24 hours). Is
>>mentioning Corum and Corum another forbidden
>topic? If so tell me and I
>>won't do it again. I'm getting too old to care
>about these things :)
>>:) Rob. ps. remember I'm basically new (again)
>to this list.
>>The Numeric Python EM Project