Subject: RE: UPDATE
From: richard.quick-at-slug-dot-org (Richard Quick)
Date: Thu, 11 May 1995 03:55:00 GMT
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* Originally By: Lisanap-at-cats.ucsc.edu
* Originally To: Richard Quick
* Originally Re: RE: UPDATE
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Date: Wed, 10 May 1995 18:56:08 -0700
To: lisanap-at-cats.ucsc.edu, richard.quick-at-slug-dot-org
Subject: Re: UPDATE
Sorry about the chopped message. Your answers are what I was looking
I want to get a ground set up so that I can start running the tank and
set up some vibration in the cap so that it will bubble out some.
I'm trying to stick with the gradual "break-in" described in your
More questions about grounds:
How much ground do you need for 1KVA? 2KVA? Is there a correlation
between the amount of power and the surface area in the ground?
If so, then 1" pipe is better than 1/2" rod?
I understand that there are variances due to moisture and soil,
but I am wondering how many rods I have to drive for this particular
coil. I will probably be moving within a few months, but I don't want
to wait to fire this up.
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