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  1. #21
    I made a video on how I determined the resonant frequency of the Tesla coils:
    The second video is how I used that resonant frequency and get the results I talked about in previous posts:
    Last edited by bruno; 08-19-2015 at 03:09 AM.

  2. #22
    Does someone have a circuitdiagram for creating square wave pulses +100 to -100V or higher with perfect 50% duty, changeable frequency and voltage?

    When you make measurements on the system you will notice that an increase of 6 times the starting voltage, you get 34 times more current (almost the square).
    In measurements 10V puls in = 0.6mA out, 60V in = 20.8mA out. So you understand why I would like to have such a circuit.
    The pulses need to be perfect because the one I used now for the 60V measurements didn't have this and with perfect pulses I get 20mA allready at 10V.
    Also if your puls goes from +10V to -10V the current will more then double.
    In measurements puls 0..10V = 10.7mA +10V...-10V = 28.1mA

  3. #23
    A new video with measurements on the Tesla coil system is released:

  4. #24
    When I whas thinking on how it would be possible to let a certain amount of energy grow like a snow ball running down hill as the one
    Tesla inspired to build the magnifying transmitter I came across an article where the next thing is stated:

    In their normal state, electrons repel each other because of their charge, but in the state of superconductivity, electrons pair up.
    I came to this site when reading the article mentioned by Aaron in the energy times newsletter about electrical charge is more then electrons.
    So the question is also what is the influence of resonance on this "more" part?

    In another article I've read that when resonance is created a very high Q factor is achieved and so superconductivity comes insight.
    Could it then be possible that the energy growth in the magnifying transmitter system is not due to resonance itself but the
    superconductivity or alike influences on the electrons caused by the resonance?

    When I look at the measurements on my Tesla coils and see that approximatly 20mA is drawn on 2 wires who are in normal conditions totally isolated but due to the influence of high frequency, capacity and resonance becomes 400 ohm (10V/0.02A), could it then be possible with the right conditions to create total superconductivity or enough for electrons to pair up (attract each other)?

    So I'm not out off questions yet, I really should look into writing a letter to Eric Dollard but having problems to make my questions clear.

  5. #25
    The new video from Eric Dollard on how to calculate the Tesla coil is very intresting.
    I highly recommend this to someone like me who is starting from zero. Hopefuly there's a follow up for the extra coil that is mentioned in the movie on how to calculate the resonant Tesla coil.

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