[TCML] 100 PPS vs 500 PPS vs 1500 PPS...
pslawinski at gmail.com
Fri Mar 13 12:53:03 MST 2009
This topic has run it's course. You can figure these spark lengths out
yourself. Just compute out the wattage (one joule * one second = 1W) and
plug that into the Freau formula for spark length. I doubt anyone on here
wants to be your calculator.
On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 14:46, Dex Dexter <dexterlabs at dcemail.com> wrote:
> Well constructed Tesla transformer with fixed primary energy E=10 J and
> pulse rate 100 PPS will deliver about 55" sparks.
> How long (aproximatelly) will be a spark lenght of the same Tesla
> transformer with:
> 1) E=2 J and 500 PPS
> 2) E= 0.66 J and 1500 PPS
> 3) E= 0.2 J and 5000 PPS
> Assume in all the cases same efficiency of the primary circuit.
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