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Xfrmr shunt theory
Original poster: "Peter Lawrence by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>" <Peter.Lawrence-at-Sun-dot-com>
I've gotten zero response in a week, I'll try asking one more time...
seems to me there are two ways to decrease the shunt-age in an
NST. 1) remove something so that the shunts have a smaller cross section but
still bridge completely across, 2) remove something so that there is an air-
gap to the shunts but they still have their original cross section.
Which is prefered and why.
(another Q, has anyone ever tryed to "increase" the shuntage in a MOT to
lower the current and make it usable with a static gap?)