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[RE]Research Project (Edit) (fwd)

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Date: Tue, 22 May 2007 00:19:33 -0400 (EDT)
From: M G <gt4awd@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [RE]Research Project (Edit)

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Let me start by saying I have not studied the transmission of wireless
energy, but I would see it likely it goes like this. The "transmitter"
coil is tuned to broadcast the electricity without the huge conversion of
amperage to voltage. The "receiving" coil (secondary) would be the same
resonant frequency (same dimensions/wire size) as the "transmitter"
secondary coil. Connect the "receivers" leads to the bulbs terminals, and
it should work. Does this sound correct, everyone?

Matt G.

By the way, what would be more effective at long range, both ends of
"receiver" connected to bulb, or one end connected to bulb terminal, and
other terminal from bulb to ground?
Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 11:01:31 -0500
! From: Drake Schutt
To: Tesla list
Subject: Research Project

Well summer is almost here and next year I will be a senior

in high school!

As seniors we are required to do an independent research

project over the

summer, putting a minimum of 40 hours into it, and following

up next school

year with a 15 page paper. I see this as a perfect excuse to

do some

coiling as i haven't had much time this year. This is where I

have trouble

deciding where to go with this.

My 12kv/90ma coil is nearing completion and I was thinking

that I could do

some sort of experiment with wireless power transmission. I

know it's

ineff! icient, but I recall someone talking about rigging up
another coil to

attach to a lightbulb which could be lit up from a fairly


distance. I've researched this a bit but I can't really find

anything about

a recieving coil and light bulbs, so if anyone has info it

would be greatly


I also love music and after looking at some audio modulated

tesla coils with

their "plasma speakers" I would love to build one. The only

problem is that

I really have a limited knowledge of electronics outside of

SGTC's and SSTCs

seem like a whole different animal. I'm not dumb, I just want

to know if

it's realistic to think that I can build a SSTC that can

replicate this

plasma speaker effect over the summer. I haven't seen

anything about these

audio coils on the list before, but I would bet that somebody

out there

knows about them.

Also, if anyone has any more ideas that involve HV and TC's

that would be

feasible to do over th! e summer, please reply!

Thanks as always,

Drake Schutt


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