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Re: 7.1Hz, how the heck did Tesla succeed?
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Original poster: "Gary Peterson" <gary@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To the List,
On Sunday, July 17, 2005 12:05 PM Tesla list wrote:
Original poster: "Mike" <induction@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: 7.1Hz, how the heck did Tesla succeed?
Original poster: William Beaty <billb@xxxxxxxxxx>
On Fri, 15 Jul 2005, Tesla list wrote:
> Original poster: "Mike" <induction@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Yes, I told you that the 7.8 or 8 (not 7) Hz signal was heard on
(AM) > > car
> radios tens of miles away as a tick sound with the impulse. . . .
Any guess as to the duty cycle? The shorter the duty, the more the total
energy is spread out through higher harmonics. A 7.8Hz square wave is
what we'd want. If the harmonics up above 100Hz don't make it around the
Earth, then most of the energy from the "tick" is going to be wasted.
No Info on the duty cycle, . . .
If triggered once every 8 cycles at 60 Hz, the on-time of the
Ignitron would be .0625 seconds--if my math is correct--on the back
side of the curve tapering down to 0 volts. A better way to power
the Weldtronic controller might be to use an AC drive, capable of
providing an adjustable input frequency in the 6 to 8 Hz range, and
then set the controller to trigger at the 90deg point of every 360deg cycle.
Also, I think the master oscillator should have two primary circuits,
the original one consisting of the big high tension transformer,
primary capacitors, and the high-speed and quench breaks, etc. would
be retained. The ELF pulse generator would drive a second primary
loop placed above the master oscillator's upper secondary turn on
insulators as shown in the CSN on page 323 and elsewhere (Corum & Corum).
The master oscillator should surround the extra coil, and not be set
to the side as was done at Climax when the e-coil was moved out of
the Oxide Building. The e-coil itself should be of a high aspect
ratio, and the elevated body of capacitance should be of large
diameter and mounted on long, nonconducting legs. All of this is
shown on sheet one of APPARATUS FOR TRANSMITTING ELECTRICAL ENERGY,
U.S. Patent 1,119,732, Dec. 1, 1914 (see
http://www.tfcbooks.com/patents/tower.htm). Ideally the elevated
terminal would be constructed as shown at
http://www.teslaradio.com/images/image008.jpg. A good earth
connection would be one or more steel-lined wells, drilled some
distance below the water table.
Alternatively, the master oscillator and e-coil could be separated
and provided with independant ground connections and elevated
terminals as shown at
http://www.teslaradio.com/images/image004.jpg. Note that in this
image a properly tuned Tesla-type receiver is shown standing out to
the right. This element was never included as part of the Climax
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