[TCML] Re:Earth Capacitors
drake89 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 24 11:10:38 MDT 2008
Yes im a novice coiler but is english your first language? If not i
can understand but either way proper grammer and using more technical
terms will make people more willing to help you. Regards, drake
On 9/24/08, Lau, Gary <Gary.Lau at hp.com> wrote:
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>> Thank Bapt I love to talk alot but normally I can make perfect sense of
>> what I
> That would make one of us. As this is largely a technical forum,
> communicating clearly with accurate spelling would be useful.
>> So what you think of my power?
> Your what?
>> Anyway Ive ordered 2kgs of .8 c200 transformer wire
> Is that .8mm dia wire?
>> to wind a long 75mm PVC to 1200 turns,should be tall
> While there is a lot of wiggle room in secondary dimensions and number or
> turns, a reasonable goal is to build the secondary with a 5:1
> length-to-diameter ratio, so yours would be about 375mm long. This would
> require 375/1200 = 0.31mm diameter wire. Using 0.8mm wire would be 960mm
> long for 1200 turns. It would be perfect if you had 192mm diameter PVC
>> and Im going to use thicker primary coil to make smooth waves onto my
>> Tesla Transformer secondary.
> Using heavy gauge wire in ones primary is a good thing and is done to
> minimize primary losses, as the current in the primary is very high. I
> don't think anyone here is familiar with the terminology of "making smooth
>> Also will add another 6 coke bottles! Im excited! And all of you have a
>> nice day!
> Regards, Gary Lau
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