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Original poster: "M G" <gt4awd@xxxxxxxxx>
Peter, does the 4" spinner spin a lot easier with the 60kv DC than
the 14' spinning? If it does my guess would be that the coil
streamers are less efficient at moving the spinner than the 60kv DC.
Maybe the 14' spinner is to heavy to spin using the coil streamers?
Just a guess though.
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Subject : Re: Moderator requests input on "Wireless Power Transfer"
Date : Mon, 26 Mar 2007 20:19:31 -0600
From : "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
To : tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
Original poster: "Peter Terren"
I too enjoy technical topics and abhor the pseudoscience. However,
the art of coiling is also of interest to me. A play about Tesla, a
museum display or a new Tesla effect are, I feel, valid topics of
discussion by Tesla enthusiasts. It's really up to the List and Mods
to make this call.
.. and spinners? You will understand your coil better if you can
explain why my 14 foot spinner doesn't work with a TC whereas a 4
inch one does. Both work on DC 60kV. No-one had a go at answering that one.
>Original poster: Yurtle Turtle
>I agree completely with Matt, let's keep this list on
>the subjects of math, science, physics, engineering,
>carpentry, electrical, and even plumbing, when they
>are discussed in the context of how to build, operate,
>and optimize a coil.
>The only exception would be if someone actually "did"
>something with their coil and wanted to share their
>results, I think that would be OK. We talk about
>spinners, though they don't help us build or
>understand our coils. And Peter's car anti-theft video
>is OT as far as I'm concerned. Heck, we even allowed
>that Angel Freak to be discussed............
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