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Re: Seibt: Visualizing Standing Waves on a Resonator by Corona

Original poster: mercurus2000 <mercurus2000@xxxxxxx>

Here's something you might find useful, this is a drawing of a old setup for visualizing standing waves on a resonator by corona, I've attempted this, you will need to have a very good thick insulator for the final coil and make sure you're operating it at a VERY high frequency and voltage or you'll just have it arc to one spot and burn the insulation up.



Tesla list wrote:

Original poster: acmq@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>

>>There is something in this old Max Kohl catalog:
>>http://vlp.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/library/data/lit21186/index_html?pn =343&ws=3&wid=digi_1024

> That's a most interesting link and leads to lots of others. I
> couldn't find a date for this particular catalog - do you know what
> it is? I found some of the later pages dealing with "Hertzian
> apparatus" and experiments to be of equal interest.

I didn't find a publication date too, but in the introduction there are many
comments from customers with dates in 1926.

Look here, for more catalogs:

Antonio Carlos M. de Queiroz