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Re: some of the reason why energy and power definitions are confusing
Original poster: John <fireba8104-at-yahoo-dot-com>
The post is useful now that it has a direction. Before it was only an
argument over the defertion of energy and power and almost unrelated.
Personally I simply got sick of reading 20 people saying the same thing on
such a basic concept and then correcting each other. Sorry if I came on a
Tesla list <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> wrote:
Original poster: "John Couture"
John ? -
Apparently you haven't noticed two things regarding these power/energy
1. Power and energy are fundamental units used to describe the operation of
transformers, motors, etc. This is why Terry has not killed these posts.
2. The posts are all about the fact that coilers (like me) are incorrectly
words power and energy when talking about Tesla coils. This makes some posts
very confusing as to what the writer means.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tesla list"
Sent: Friday, June 25, 2004 9:35 PM
Subject: Re: some of the reason why energy and power definitions are
> Original poster: John
> I'm sorry, does this even have to do with Tesla coils or is it simply a
> match at this point.IMHO, I believe all of us, on the list, have at least
> basic an understanding of the difference between energy and power. I'm
> honestly surprised terry hasn't killed this post.