[TCML] Magnetron type resonance applied to LC circuits as
william_b_noble at msn.com
Wed Apr 7 12:40:39 MDT 2010
an interesting first step is to compare wavelengths and see what size
magnetron would be required to operate at Tesla coil frequencies -
From: "Weinhold Shannon L" <Shannon.L.Weinhold at doc.state.or.us>
Sent: Wednesday, April 07, 2010 11:25 AM
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Subject: RE: [TCML] Magnetron type resonance applied to LC circuits as
> I see where you're going with this Brian. Seems like a much more
> efficient means of utilizing the radiant energy that would normally be
> wasted from the primary. If you had the secondaries arranged in a
> circular pattern and used spherical toploads, you could use breakout
> points aiming say 30 degrees from vertical and have them all pointing
> towards the center to make a sort of cone shaped frame of lightning.
> Perhaps have a grounded sphere above to strongly attract the streamers.
> Build it bro, and show us the results.
> I don't know about the magnetic focusing. You will need an extremely
> large amount of magnetic energy to deflect a streamer.
> You could perhaps have the top of all of the secondaires connected to
> one large toroid...maybe put it into a magnifier coil too..but
> magnifiers are beyond my scope of knowledge.
> Experiment...there is nothing more rewarding or educational than coming
> up with your own ideas and then manifesting/building its physical
> Good luck!
> Shannon Weinhold
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brian Hall [mailto:brianh4242 at hotmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 07, 2010 5:54 AM
> To: tesla at pupman.com
> Subject: [TCML] Magnetron type resonance applied to LC circuits as used
> I recently (and safely) took apart an old broken microwave, to get the
> nice wire from the fan (MUCH easier to get to than from a CRT! Thank you
> for the tip!), discharged the cap (2200v @ 1uf, any tips on what to use
> that for are welcome), and the MOT.
> I also removed the magnetron, and after a little research, read how the
> HV in the center resonates with the chanels similar to how LC circuits,
> not so different than how the LC's in tesla coils resonate at a certian
> frequency ...
> Has anyone tried having some kind of magnetron type arrangement with
> tesla coil parts? For example, a vertical primary and tank circuit in
> the center, then then a ring of vertical secondaries and toroids around
> it? Like stonehenge but with the center pillar creating resonance with
> the outer ring of identical pillars. And then perhaps even a strong
> magnetic field above and below, to chanel the output of the secondaries
> and then direct it out of one particular secondary/topload to some kind
> of beam or super-spark?
> Or any thoughts on such an arangement I think would be fascinating to
> Brian Hall
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