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Re: Magnetic Rectifier
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- Date: Sun, 06 Nov 2005 17:33:58 -0700
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Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I'm glad you came to Tesla's defense on the Magnetic Rectifier! I
have asked one of the fields experts at my university about that
patent in specific. (No.413,353 Method for Obtaining Direct from
Alternating Currents) He was sure that a net DC wave would result. I
plan on putting together a proof of concept experiment very soon. I
think this would be a great way of getting High Voltage High Power DC
to a Tesla Coil System.
Let the naysayers nay, for history will surely educate them.
I wish you luck and will be interested in seeing the results of
your experiment, include a complete description of the setup.
P.S. as for getting HVDC power, silicon rectifier diodes are very
inexpensive compared to magnetic cores which could handle the voltage.
As your friend "mhow many turns on what area core of what material"
would withstand say 10,000,000 volts at a frequency of 1 kHz."