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Re: Iron transformer positioning under the primary experiment

Original poster: "Barton B. Anderson" <bartb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Cool Terry!

Referencing the white "reference", the loss when the MOT is center to the flat coil is negligible. Interesting how the loss was 5 to 10% when the MOT was 2" below and near the outer section of the coil. It would be sweet to see a magnetic field map of a flat primary. It would certainly help us visualize the situation.

Did you also perform the test with a secondary in place? I wouldn't expect a change in MOT placement affect, but thought I'd ask anyway.

Take care,

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Original poster: Vardan <vardan01@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>


For my new little coil, I have to position the big iron MOT "somewhere". So I did some testing that I wrote up here real fast:


Looks like "directly under the primary" is the sweet spot!!