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Re: 5MV, 312kW
Original poster: Mark Broker <mbroker-at-thegeekgroup-dot-org>
That brought a tear to my eye, Finn :)
Unfortunately, I entered your propsal into JavaTC, which told me that we
may reach 3.5MV with a .5MVA input (assuming 50kv firing voltage, not 50kVRMS).
The ALF specifications on http://www.lod-dot-org list the expected topload
voltage as 5.1MV with a 5.7MVA input.
It would be interesting to see if 5MV would be possible with a disruptive
TC that could be operated in, say, a football stadium - sized area.
Chief Engineer, The Geek Group
On Mon, 05 Jan 2004 17:18:21 -0700, Tesla list <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> wrote:
>Original poster: Finn Hammer <f-h-at-c.dk> All,
>To arrive at 5MV on the top, the toroid has to be the right shape and size
>to suppress breakout at lesser voltages.
>It _could_ look like this in INCA:
>I`ve used INCA, ballpark numbers, and wintesla (Yeah, that`s right: the
>reg`d copy), for this brief design exercise which untill someone points
>out an order of magnitude error, suggests that a 5MV coil is not at all
>that unrealistic, not being concerned with the aspect of funding.
>Cheers, Finn Hammer