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Re: Capacitor in series or parallel?
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Original poster: Terry Fritz <vardin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I think this paper talks about you question.
At 04:08 PM 9/6/2005, you wrote:
On the primary circuit of a Tesla coil, is it better to put the
capacitor in series or parallel with the primary coil. I have seen
numerous Tesla coil schematics that place the cap in parallel with
the primary, others the cap is in series with the primary. If the
cap was in parallel with the primary coil, the spark gap was in
series with the primary coil and vice versa.
I hope I have accurately described my question.