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Re: Tesla Receiver Coil ..........success?
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- Date: Sat, 05 Nov 2005 07:24:25 -0700
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Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
"You sound might confident that it would not work. My experience has
been that Tesla's designs worked almost without exception.
This rectifier design was for use with DC motor driven trams, as I
recall, and the motors did not require "pure" DC to operate. I've
studied the rectifier design, and I expect the output would have been
predominantly DC with a rather large AC component riding on top. The
rectifier would have been virtually impossible to blow, unlike the
selenium and vacuum tube types back in the early days.
Indeed, I would think that there would be an interest in this group
for a rectifier that could supply enough power to run multi-kilowatt
loads and be practically indestructible. The neodymium magnets we
have today are far, far superior to those early weak alnico magnets
and would be perfect for this application.
Any of you DRRSTC people out there interested in a DC power source
that practically can't be destroyed? This might be it.
I'd like to see you or someone else on this list build a test unit
true to the patent example and prove it does not work. As for me,
I'm betting my money on Tesla.
You build one and try it and then report the results! Good