[TCML] SRSG curiosity
bartb at classictesla.com
Fri Nov 6 18:39:38 MST 2009
Coupling is probably the least desired of all methods for reasons Gary
mentioned. Rotating on the cradle is better but still mechanical. Thus,
people like John Freau devised a circuit to phase the line. I on the
other hand rotated the stationary electrodes via motor. So the later 3
methods are all used for the same reason (phasing in real time).
Obviously, several methods have been used.
Bart B. Anderson
Andrew Robinson wrote:
> So why does everyone devise a way to rotate their SRSG motor in its
> mount rather than rotate the disc coupling on the motors shaft. Seems
> like a lot more work to rotate the motor than to rotate the disc... Is
> this just because someone did it first and everyone else followed like
> sheep, or is something wrong with my logic?
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