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Insert a bolt through the center of the insulator and attach the 3-in. Fasten the insulator to the end of the secondary coil with electrical tape or other. Use a 3-in.
The secondary should fit snugly over the dowel. The 2-ft. Primary coil LI. Quaker Oats box. In a pinch, ordinary two-conductor line cord can be used, with the ends twisted together to form one conductor. The box should be varnished and it can be reinforced with a few layers of fiberglass cloth and epoxy resin.
To wind LI, secure the first turn at the bottom of the box with a piece of string, then wind clockwise until 28 turns have been made. Do not wind the entire length of the box, but keep the turns as closely spaced as possible.
Secure the last winding with electrical tape. Cut a hole in the bottom of the box and slip the completed LI over L2, keeping the secondary centered.
Table T,volt, mA. OD tube cardboard, phenolic, or other non-conductor 7. OD tube cardboard, phenolic, or other non-conductor-see text 8. Page 4 Copyright - primary can be painted with nonconducting enamel or wound with tape. The Low-Leakage Capacitor You can build a larger capacitor such as our homemade capacitor designs see HVC1 plans or you can build the following.
You will need a box about 16 x 20 x 5 in.
Box size is not critical, though the box must be large enough to hold the capacitor about to be described. Cut out seven sheets of x 9-in. Pour in just enough ASA 30 motor oil to cover the foil. On top of this lay another sheet of glass and aluminum foil, but be sure to reverse the tab or free end of foil to that it protrudes from the opposite side of the glass.
Press all air bubbles from between the glass. This done, pour in more oil and continue the process, always alternating each sheet of foil.
Bend the foil tabs together on each side of the capacitor in order that wires from the rest of the circuit can be connected to them. About three quarts of oil will be needed for a x in. I bought this book thinking I would use it "one day when I have time", to build a large tesla coil, assuming the book would collect dust until then. Boy was I wrong!!! This book covers so much on subjects like inductance, and air core, iron core etc.
Ultimately I found myself using this book constantly to aid in design of my other electronic projects, that employ high voltage capacitors, and inductors.
I have refered back to this book hundreds of times already, and none of those incidents had anything to do with building a Tesla coil! Kindle Edition Verified download. So far, I'm pleased by the wealth of design information. The spreadsheets provide an exhaustive, unabridged theoretical design tool. Hopefully this book will be just as thorough regarding actual construction. I bought the Kindle edition and I'm very disappointed by the quality of the figures and illustrations.
None of them are clearly readable. If I could exchange the digital version for the paper book I would. This is a high quality publication: Delivery was prompt. However, publicity description is misleading and not at all in agreement with the caveats at the beginning of the text: Part at the end on the life and achievements of Tesla is interesting, and a good complement to preceding information.
This is an extremely detailed treatment of the theory and the practical design considerations of building Tesla coils, primarily those based on spark gaps. There is scarcely mention made of vacuum tube or solid-state based coils, but the author seems to have chosen to cover the basics exhaustively rather than try to reach into every corner of present-day Tesla coil design. Others have protested the book's math-intensive nature, but some things the Manhattan Project, the Apollo program, etc just can't be done--correctly--without heavy mathematics, and this is one of them.
It's hard enough to try and absorb the physical principles involved without constantly having to read around cell addresses. If you are good at math,this book is all you need to do any high freq or Tesla experiment. It tells all in this one thick well illustrated book. I wish I found this book 1st it would've saved me a ton of money. If all you want to do is "make a Tesla coil and watch the pretty sparks" then I agree this book may be over your head, and yes to truly understand all that is in this book you will need a good electronics background.
Having said that then the only other thing that can be said about this book is that it is without question the most comprehensive treatise ever written thus far regarding the theories and disciplines of Nikola Tesla. The electrical principles that Tesla was working on are still to this day not totally understood.
From all that is in this book, it may be that the author, Mr. Tilbury, understands and knows more about Tesla's theories than anyone else there is. If you too would like to truly understand Tesla's theories, then this book is for you.
This book would also be very useful as a supplement to electrical engineering courses in helping the student understand practical applications and how to perform SPICE analysis, one of the staples of everyday electrical engineering. See all 59 reviews. site Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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