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Re: Russian high-voltage installation (being scrapped?)
- To: "Antonio Carlos M. de Queiroz" <acmdq@xxxxxxxxxx>, tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
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- Date: Sun, 01 May 2005 11:01:34 -0600
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Original poster: Terry Fritz <teslalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Same place, perhaps, except with pictures showing things in better repair.
Or perhaps a different facility with some identical gear...
I asked around and Bill Lemieux knew ;-))
Siberian Research Institute of Power Engineering.
Looks awfully defunct now, judging from those pictures. Not
surprising, given the state of the economy of there. I'll bet that
whole site is contaminated with PCB's.
I expect this is probably the "huge spark" picture you saw:
However, it is not clear that the impulse generator (I only assume
that's what it is) in the new pictures is the same one as in the old
pictures - the scale would appear to be different, and the number of
field equalization / anti-corona rings is definitely different.
Bannister's Law of Current Limiting: EVERYTHING is a fuse.
At 05:28 PM 4/30/2005, you wrote:
A friend from Russia sent me this link:
I think that I saw a picture somewhere of a huge spark coming from
something as the large cylindric object that appears in some of the pictures.
Do someone have informations about this place?
Antonio Carlos M. de Queiroz