Re: Newbie needs a book

I would try to find Brent Turner's website, and order a copy of his book.
It is easy to understand, and covers both the practical and theoretical
aspects of spark gap coils, vacuum tube coils, and flyback transformer

-Grayson Dietrich
"The Electrophile"
www.electrophile.8m-dot-com(check in a few days, as it is down right now)

On Mon, 30 Aug 1999 18:57:55 -0600 Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> writes:
> Original Poster: "Brian Helm" <metallihelm-at-hotmail-dot-com> 
> Hi everyone!
> I'm completely new to tesla coil building--just became obsessed 
> about a 
> month ago--and have scoured the net trying to find information. I've 
> got a 
> decent understanding of the simplified electrical concepts behind it 
> that 
> everyone likes to post on the net, but no clue about what's in a 
> circuit 
> that hasn't been grossly oversimplified for the sake of easy 
> explanation. I 
> also need some basic guidelines on putting a coil together. I have 
> therefore 
> decided I need a book =) The more detailed it gets, the better.
> Any recommendations?
> -Brian
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