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Re: mini coil
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- Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2004 18:22:49 -0700
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Original poster: "Daniel McCauley" <dhmccauley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Considering that the Q of the primary circuit is many magnitudes lower than
the secondary Q, the type or thickness of PVC will not make much
difference at all.
I'd like to know how you quantify your experience, performance vs. various
wall thickness type PVC.
> My experience has been that all types of pvc will absorb some RF
> energy so a thinner wall tubing of the same diameter will increase
> your performance.
> On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 09:04:29 -0700, Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Original poster: "claudio masetto" <claudmas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > I am thinking of making a mini coil with a secondary of 2.375" x 12"
> > pipe. It has a fairly thick wall of about 3/16". Would it make much of
> > difference in performance if I use a thinner wall pvc pipe.
> > Thanks
> > Claude.