Sneak Preiew: Rotary Gap W. adjustable electrodes


I have been pondering the possibility of designing a rotary-gap rotor,
that would be segmented to allow pass-trough electrodes, and where the
electrodes were fixed in removable clamps, which could be fixed in any
angular position. So that it would make no difference where on the disk
it is put.

The results of my visualisation kan be viewed here:


This shows one of the electrode-clamps, positioned with it`s " T " -
shaped slot locked around the rotating disk`s equally dimentioned male
representation of a " T ".


Basically this is a slight shift of the camera`s axis, and zooming out
to show the total disk, with several of the electrode sub-assemblies in
random position.

I will appreciate feedback from seasoned rotary-users, like for example
answer this question:

Do you think it can do something you wish you could do ?

Cheers, Finn Hammer