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Excessive Q factors noted with (480 hz, alt 3 phase) triggering electrode.

Original poster: "harvey norris by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <harvich-at-yahoo-dot-com>

The electrode to be employed as a triggering of a gap
is already 10 times greater than that expected by the
62.5 fold voltage rise of pole pig at 480 hz, by the
stator 7.5 voltage input of alternator. However that
10 fold voltage rise over what the pole pig can
deliver is made only by 1 nf engaged, where that
quantity is not variable, but the quantity of capacity
to be charged by the pole pig  for TC primary usage is
quite variable for delivery for any circumstance of
coil employed. Thus it seems reasonable that while the
triggering electrode might trigger the proper time of
primary arcing firing, when it does so in this scheme,
its capacity must also be added to the total LC
oscillation ocurring ont that primary LC circuit. Thus
an alternator TC primary actually using 10 nf, might
be detuned to 9nf usage, and gain effective usage as
that 1 nf at ten times its normal impressed volatage
as added capacity by the voltage present at triggered
arc gap, bringing up the total energy available for
primary dissapations also 10 %. Here is an example of
those voltages themselves available for a triggered
arc gap three phase alternator resonance, 10 fold
greater than that available by 10kva 62/1 fold voltage
rise transformer methods at this frequency of 480
The triggering electrode using 1 nf is not  easily
negotiable and is made by its high induction coil, but
it represents a smaller amount of capacity charged to
higher levels than the C cap of a tesla primary can be
charged to by the transformer itself. Hence it is
imagined that those combinations when made  by arc gap
should reflect the Total amount of capacity engaged in
oscillation, thus the total C value for best TC
primary resonance will be lowered to account for that
added by this triggered gap firing. HDN

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