[TCML] Re: The current recordholders?
drake89 at gmail.com
Sat May 16 18:34:37 MDT 2009
Jp Morgan-chase is currently engaged in financial terrorism along with
pretty much every other major bank. But if I ever become fabulously
wealthy I would love to have an enormous tesla coil!
On May 16, 2009, at 5:38 PM, bartb <bartb at classictesla.com> wrote:
> Laugh...! Not forgotten at all. I didn't want to crowd the listing
> with 13M (after all, it's my favorite coil to date for personal
> reasons). Bill's 13M is certainly the bench mark. We could of course
> look at Golka's monstrosity, but that is a completely different coil
> unique in it's own right.
> Big coils require a team of coilers, mechanical engineers, a lot of
> money, and a purpose. With a bottomless pocket book, we could
> certainly break all records (I have not doubt of that). But when you
> attempt say 500kVA, you may as well power the coil with a substation
> designed specifically for the coil.
> Where's the new JP Morgan these days?
> Take care,
> Jeff W. Parisse wrote:
>> Bart, your estimates look spot on but you forgot the major
>> baseline; 13M during the test firings in the mid-90's.
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