# Re: How to rise the secondary? (vmax x power) (fwd)

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Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 05:58:29 +0000
From: "John H. Couture" <couturejh-at-worldnet.att-dot-net>
To: Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Subject: Re: How to rise the secondary?  (vmax x power) (fwd)

Antonio, All -

I was pleased to see that you added the "loss_factor" because most coilers
usually use only the theoretical equation.

The "loss_factor" is the key that converts a theoretical equation into an
empirical equation that represents the real world coils. However, this
factor may be a loss or a gain depending on the TC parameters and how they
are changed.

Any programmer who wants to make a TC program that designs real coils will
have to find these factors for his program. The factors must be based on
tests of real coils. The JHCTES program contains these factors and this is
what makes the program unique.

John Couture
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At 10:13 PM 7/18/98 -0600, you wrote:
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>Date: Sat, 18 Jul 1998 19:02:09 -0700
>From: "Antonio Carlos M. de Queiroz" <acmq-at-compuland-dot-com.br>
>To: Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
>Subject: Re: How to rise the secondary?  (vmax x power)
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>John Couture wrote:
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>>   In your teslasim program example below what input watts are you using to
>> obtain the 313KV secondary voltage. Wouldn't changing this input wattage
>> change the secondary voltage? With the JHCTES program the secondary
voltage is affected by the amount of input wattage.

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>The maximum output voltage will then follow the rule:
>Vomax=loss_factor*Vinmax*sqrt(C1/C2)
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>Antonio Carlos M. de Queiroz

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