2*pi*f = SQRT(1/(LC))If you are going to run differential voltages up these wires, you should bypass them at each end with a big cap to make the TC think they are one wire.
You could look into how magnetron cathode heaters are connected. --- Carl On 3/16/2016 3:55 PM, jj@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Hello all,I acquired a small bifilar secondary coil with the following characteristics:the coil form is phenolicthe coil form is 33.5" long, 4" in diameter with a wall thickness of .25"winding length is 30.25", 13 turns per inch wire diameter is .072" (about AWG 13) Wire is covered with cloth insulation with a thickness of .039" first helix has an inductance of 524 uh and the second is 528 uhI do not have the appropriate equipment to measure its parasitic capacitance.Would someone please help me to calculate its resonate frequency or at least point me in the right direction? I have not been able to find a Tesla coil calculator program that does bifilar coils.Any and all help will be highly appreciated. Thanks to everyone, JJR _______________________________________________ Tesla mailing list Tesla@xxxxxxxxxx http://www.pupman.com/mailman/listinfo/tesla
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