[TCML] Re:Pros and cons
dexterlabs at dcemail.com
Wed Dec 16 03:07:13 MST 2009
Neither do I know for any 50 kHz VTTC.
But if the power level is 10 kw or more ,
and the VTTC size increases ,the frequency
should be above 50 kHz anyway.
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From: futuret at aol.com
To: tesla at pupman.com
Subject: Re: [TCML] Re:Pros and cons
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2009 16:39:51 -0500
I see. I wasn't really following this thread. I agree the resonant frequency is
important for VTTC's but somehow I can't imagine a frequency below 50kHz
causing insulation problems. Has that problem been demonstrated in a
VTTC? Certainly if too-thin wire is used, that might cause a problem.
A 50kHz VTTC should be constructed physically large with a large
substantial toroid perhaps, to help keep the frequency low, and to permit
adequate insulation. A 50kHz VTTC would probably tend to be a rather
powerful VTTC in keeping with the physical size.
For whatever reason, I tend to obtain fuzzy looking sparks at the lower
VTTC frequencies below 200kHz or so. Fuzzy sparks may not be as
long as the more sword-like or spike-like sparks, which are more likely
to appear between 200 to 400kHz or so.
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