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Re: Terry's DRSSTC - Experiment - A curious thing...
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Original poster: "Mike" <mikev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi Terry, making reply from work.
This may be a good time to get hold of your local University and see if you
can have them bring over a Phantom High speed camera, 1000 to 10,000 frames
per second. Movies are in CINE format and free viewers are available.
We've done that with exploding wire, amazing stuff. Also, there is the 6 Us
fall back time we see in N2 after over volting for it to return ground state
and not give off photon in glow.
Don't know at sea level if this holds up your fast switching or not.
Anyway, would be good to get a good ultra fast movie, would show much more.
I DO wonder if you move fresh air with a slow fan if same results happen as
you have said.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 2:56 PM
Subject: RE: Terry's DRSSTC - Experiment - A curious thing...
> Original poster: Terry Fritz <teslalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Derek, Greg, and All,
> I was happy this morning that it was all figured out as just destructive
> interference acting on the last burst. But, of course, that would be too
> easy ;-))
> In my case, the controller would instantly resync and rematch itself to
> coil's resonance. It really can't "fight" the primary current but only
> boost it. I ran a model this morning and got this:
> Even with streamer loading removed, the burst is only lasting 400uS and
> completely gone by the time the next burst comes along...
> Of course, I will have to check it with a scope for real. But first
> calculations tend to say that something else is going on...
> Wonderful that others have seen similar effects!! That helps eliminate
> something "odd" that is unique to just my system.
> I will have to get in there with the scope next and go poking around to
> if anything obvious is going on....
> Stay tuned!