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Re: HOW MUCH POWER NEEDED FOR A TC?
tesla-at-pupman-dot-com on 22.01.99 13:00:18
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cc: (bcc: Marco Denicolai/MARTIS)
Subject: Re: HOW MUCH POWER NEEDED FOR A TC?
>Original Poster: "Barton B. Anderson" <mopar-at-uswest-dot-net>
>> P.S. Here the question is not "How much power do I need at 800 BPS with
a
>> 0.1 uF capacitor". The real question is "In general, how much power do I
>> need to excite a TC of this size?".
>I'm looking at 9kw every 1.25ms (see below)
>> My tentative design featured a 10 kV transformer, rectified to a 14 kV
DC,
>> that using resonant charging ramps up to 30 kV to charge the primary
>> capacitor. At 800 BPS the energy is E = 800 * 0.5 * 0.1E-6 * 30000 *
30000
>> = 36 kW.
>> Limiting power to 20 kW I could charge the capacitor (-at-800 BPS) to about
22
>> kV, more than sufficient.
>I think there is an error here. Your calculating E = bps * .5 * C *
Vp-p^2.
>E * sec = bps * .5 * C * Vp^2 = about 9kw. Is this what your instructor is
>getting at?
>Bart
Sorry, again I mistyped energy for power: I meant
Power = Energy * sec = 800 * 0.5 * 0.1E-6 * 30000 * 30000 = 36 kW