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Date: Tue, 22 May 2007 11:19:15 -0500
From: resonance <resonance@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: Research Project (fwd)



You would also need a "bombarder" transformer to put 200-300 mA at 18-26 kV 
across the tube to blast any residual molecules off the walls of the glass 
tubes.

Dr. Resonance
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Date: Tue, 22 May 2007 10:39:21 -0400
From: Scott Bogard <teslas-intern@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: Research Project (fwd)

I wonder if it is possible to "make" a neon tube out of that meltible glass
you get with chemistry stuff.  I would think so, you would just need to melt
one end with a wire in it, suck the air out of it, backfill it with gas, and
melt the other end.  Those glass tubes cost a few bucks a piece, and air
conditioning compressor will serve adequately as a pump and can be obtained
for free, snips of wire, and a tank of argon costs about $80 (unless you
borrow one from a friend who gets free refills).  I'll have to try it, and
if it works, what you could probably do for your research project, is set up
several "receivers" for your transmitter, and see how distance effects them.
  If I were a judge, I would be very impressed!  then what one might do, is
try to hook up the output of your receivers to power bigger stuff (even if
it does not work at all, you will have "learned something", sometimes judges
like failures almost as much as successes in the scientific world).  Good
luck.
Scott Bogard.


>From: "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
>To: tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: Re: Research Project (fwd)
>Date: Tue, 22 May 2007 06:46:22 -0600 (MDT)
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>Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 22:09:18 -0700
>From: Barton B. Anderson <bartb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Re: Research Project (fwd)
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>Now that sounds like a fun little thing to do at those 4th of July
>bashes here in the US. Have little tubes of neon and pass around to
>guest. See if they have fun with a little light wand while the coil is
>running.
>
>Bart
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> >Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 17:00:29 -0500
> >From: resonance <resonance@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >To: Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
> >Subject: Re: Research Project (fwd)
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> >Neon tubes are much more sensitive to RF currents than flourescent lamps.
> >We use both neon and argon (blue) as accessories for our commercial coils
>we
> >market to science museums.
> >
> >Dr. Resonance
> >
> >
> >this is Matthew Boddicker
> >
> >I have completed an experiment four months ago in which I used the Earth
>as
> >a transmission line from one "Transmitter coil" to an identicle "Reciever
> >coil". The experiement was a success, in as much that it is possible, but
> >all that the "Reciever coil" was able to do was to get a flourescent
>light
> >bulb to flicker. I have a twenty page paper on the research project that
>I
> >have been rewriting. if anyone is interested in getting it from me I can
>get
> >a copy to e-mail in two or three weeks. my e-mail is
> >
> >shmerpleton_town@xxxxxxxxxxx
> >
> >My best wishes to your research.
> >Matthew
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >>From: "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
> >>To: tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
> >>Subject: Research Project (fwd)
> >>Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 10:58:42 -0600 (MDT)
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> >>Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 11:01:31 -0500
> >>From: Drake Schutt <drake89@xxxxxxxxx>
> >>To: Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
> >>Subject: Research Project
> >>
> >>Well summer is almost here and next year I will be a senior in high
>school!
> >>As seniors we are required to do an independent research project over
>the
> >>summer, putting a minimum of 40 hours into it, and following up next
>school
> >>year with a 15 page paper.  I see this as a perfect excuse to do some
> >>coiling as i haven't had much time this year.  This is where I have
>trouble
> >>deciding where to go with this.
> >>
> >>My 12kv/90ma coil is nearing completion and I was thinking that I could
>do
> >>some sort of experiment with wireless power transmission.  I know it's
> >>inefficient, but I recall someone talking about rigging up another coil
>to
> >>attach to a lightbulb which could be lit up from a fairly significant
> >>distance.  I've researched this a bit but I can't really find anything
> >>about
> >>a recieving coil and light bulbs, so if anyone has info it would be
>greatly
> >>appreciated.
> >>
> >>I also love music and after looking at some audio modulated tesla coils
> >>with
> >>their "plasma speakers" I would love to build one.  The only problem is
> >>that
> >>I really have a limited knowledge of electronics outside of SGTC's and
> >>SSTCs
> >>seem like a whole different animal.  I'm not dumb, I just want to know
>if
> >>it's realistic to think that I can build a SSTC that can replicate this
> >>plasma speaker effect over the summer.  I haven't seen anything about
>these
> >>audio coils on the list before, but I would bet that somebody out there
> >>knows about them.
> >>
> >>Also, if anyone has any more ideas that involve HV and TC's that would
>be
> >>feasible to do over the summer, please reply!
> >>
> >>Thanks as always,
> >>Drake Schutt
> >>
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