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Re: another version of frequency formula

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Subject: Re: another version of frequency formula

From: ramdriveateasilinkdotcom

Date: Mon, 15 Jan 1996 15:54:39 0700

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>The above formula does not take into account the coiling of the wire.
>Written in similar terms to the above, the formula I posted becomes:
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> c (1/5)
>F =  x (5/4) x (H/D)
> 4 x length of winding
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>c=speed of light
>H=height of coil
>D=diameter of coil
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>Nothing special. Just highlights the difference due to coiling the wire.
>For an H/D=10, the two forms differ only by a factor of 2.
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>SOrry to beat a dead horse.
>Ed Harris
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>Ed,
The length of wire as measured in what units? Inches, feet, meters ?
Jim Leonard