bartb at classictesla.com
Mon May 19 20:08:55 MDT 2008
Sounds right. sec h1 is the bottom of the coil. If it is 23, then it is
a measured 23" above the floor. If the primary is flat and it's inside
(h1) and outside (h2) is 23, then it is a flat primary coil with the
center of the primary winding even with the bottom of the secondary
winding (and 23" above the floor). These numbers (both sec and pri) are
a measurement to the center of the wire in all cases. If you raise the
primary 1/4", adjust your primary numbers to 23.25".
I'm not sure I'm understanding your question as you intended. If you
want, copy the Javatc output text box and send me that info directly.
Thus, I can insert "your" numbers and see what your seeing. My address
is bartb at classictesla.com
BTW, sorry if I got to this late. My comcast was out for a couple days
and just got back online tonight.
douglas smith wrote:
> Secondary Coil
> 23 = Height 1
> 44.8085 = Height 2
> Primary Coil
> 23 = Height 1
> 23 = Height 2
> ok my question is if secondary H1=23 and Primary H1 and H2 are 23
> that does not seem to hold in account primary wire dia. and the fact that
> the primary wire will be lifted .25 to .05 by spacers.
> couplling coefficient is .002 of recomended.
> am i looking at this right.
> i used demo coil and changed sec. wire dia. and turns and Primary cap.
> it was so close to what i wanted
> it does seem to hold in account the extra tube between sec. H2=44.8085
> and middle of toroid 46.8085.
> toroid minor=4, major=16, height=46.8085,
> Disc #1: inside=0, outside=8, height=46.8085, topload
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