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Javatc to Version 11.4 Was: [TCML] MMC Voltage consensus
Hi Ruben, All,
I found the recommended cap volt error. I took the sqrt(2) on top of Vp
(silly me). I've corrected that. The recommended cap volt rating will
now be correctly calculated at 2.5 x Vp. This is the optimal value to
shoot for and it does not indicated that you must attain that value.
However, I'm not about to recommend a lower rating and then watch
someones caps blow up (which is why I used the 2.5 standard).
When it comes to caps in an AC application, the rms current and "peak"
voltage ratings are what you want to keep your eye on.
Web Version Update: http://www.classictesla.com/java/javatc.html
PC Version Update: http://www.classictesla.com/java/javatc.zip
Thanks Ruben for pointing out the discrepancy, even if indirectly. Good
I guess one good thing about scripting is it allows quick updates on
simple things like this (maybe the only good thing). But a little odd
running Vista :-\ . At least my most of my programs installed ok and are
running good. Some did not however.
Ok, back to online gaming! Halo3, Rumble Pit! It's such a waste of time
(but so addicting)!
I'll check into that output and find out why it's calculating 60kV.
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