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Author Topic: Tetra Replication  (Read 1848 times)
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AWG 32 wire for coil, max current 0.09A, not much.
If you have short pulses with a high duty cycle, then 100 or 1000 amperes can pass through such a wire without heating it at all, because the average power of such pulses is negligibly small.

When working with short pulses with a high duty cycle, it may be difficult to correctly measure their parameters.
Not everything is so simple; conventional measurement methods can lead to significant errors.
   

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Spherics stated: The frequency should be a harmonic of the NMR of iron.
(Note that this is without other fields to interact with.)

Later, Spherics states:
Deliberately this tetrahedral TPU requires high megahertz square pulses. The SEP coil is pulsed to ensure a release of the ether pattern to prevent build up at low repetition rates. Only at high megahertz does the pattern caused by release combine with the next pulse to effect the COMP field. This deliberately puts experimenting into the hands of people who have some electronics familiarity.

If you were to include another always on SEP coil in the same orientation as the combined SEP coil but large enough so the whole spheric TPU could fit inside you would have a working model at 300V repetition pulse rates as lows as 3khz especially if the SEP coil is powered by high voltage and high amps. The temptation to route DC output back into the SEP coil to see-what-happens is almost a given. What happens is a run away event in microseconds that turns you and your experiment into shrapnel.
   

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Take a vacuum lamp, and have a lucky.
For example GU50.   ;)  Why not ?
   
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Applying final touches to the schematic, then I'll route and order the PCB and components...
   
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Simplifying the schematic to get this out the door. PCB problems complicating efforts. I've changed to DS1023's for pulse width control, which will make it easy.

I'm going to hard switch those RF mosfets that sergh posted.
   
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Awaiting PCB review.
   
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