Re: Help w/ Chokes
Jim Fosse wrote:
> >From jim.fosse-at-bdt-dot-comThu May 30 21:03:21 1996
> Date: Fri, 31 May 1996 01:11:04 GMT
> From: Jim Fosse <jim.fosse-at-bdt-dot-com>
> To: tesla-at-pupman-dot-com
> Subject: Re: Help w/ Chokes
> On Thu, 30 May 1996 12:50:18 -0600, Tesla List
> <tesla-at-poodle.pupman-dot-com>, you wrote:
> >>From MSR7-at-PO.CWRU.EDUThu May 30 12:41:19 1996
> > My search for a suitable potential transformer continues.....
> I've read of people blowing potential transformers.
> Distribution transformers on the other hand, none. Distribution
> transformers are designed to survive near lightning strikes and
> therefor have a secondary voltage rating of several hundred thousand
> volts. I've not found references to exact limits yet.
> Richard? Malcolm? Robert? Wallace? et al?
Thought I would mention a book I picked up about a month ago from a
friend at work. It's simply called "Transformers" by Kenneth L. Gebert
and Kenneth R Edwards. If you like pole pigs you'll love this book. It
covers the construction and design features of small pole pigs, all the
way up to the huge pad mount types with 345 KV input and then some. I
checked to see if they referenced the typical safety ratings of any size
range, but there isn't a whisper of this area in the entire book. It
does have 346 pages with many, many photographs of design features and
constructionmenthods used by Westinghouse, General Electric,
McGraw-Edison and others. Sorry I can't offer specifics, but the book
maybe of interest to you and others. It last printing was in 1974 and it
is a paperback about 6" x 9". That's all for now. Got to get back to
fixing that durn old RF Signal Generator--my system is now ready for a
[An ISBN would be fantastic! -- Chip]