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Re: [TCML] very good simulation for peak currents
With the sec missing the estimates will not at all be accurate. The sec of
course absorbs a lot of the energy and prevents high peak
currents and potentials from blowing your pri cap.
He is using caps that are not designed for high current impulse duty (100%
Also, the sec will reflect energy back into the pri which can cause
constructive and destructive interference patterns in the energy flow.
Interesting site for the basics but it does not have enough information to
apply to a Tesla resonance transformer.
On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 5:49 PM, Stephen Hiscock <stephenhiscock@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> Hey guys (and girls ;-) )I found a very good site with simulations of the
> peak transients etc in a RLC circuit - very easy to use...
> it shows the peaks and decay time for any Resister Inductor and Capacitor
> in a simple parallel resonant circuit.
> it ignores any energy absorbed by the secondary of course.. ;-)
> Stephen Hiscock
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