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  • Harvey D Norris
    From understandings; Three independent resonant voltage rises can appear apart in timing, but in terms of draw requirements, two separately timed draws are not
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 9 8:37 PM
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      From understandings;
      Three independent resonant voltage rises can appear apart in timing,
      but in terms of draw requirements, two separately timed draws are not
      possible. One is, two aint. Two aint because three will work together
      for two's draw. It's only when three is taken that each side begins
      working for itself. More load implies more reduction of voltage on
      output.

      Placing two full wave rectifications across three points of internal
      resonant voltage rise delivers the equal result that three of them
      would. "Two is the same as three." but this still leaves the
      exploits of phase 3, and then the draw from the remainig two branches
      of 3 available have been cut off 1/3 from the source. We can draw
      amperage from the third rectification as an independent branch, and
      then the draw from the remaining two branches acts accordingly,
      because the third branch is not available to aid each shared
      potential.

      In every ballasting option available for field self feedback loop
      without non linear voltage control, a runaway effect takes place. So
      this is the third draw option, where a resonant circuit is designed
      for maximum energy transfer, so much so that 1/3 of the output can be
      recycled, and a pressure valve the form of a voltage reduction from
      stator voltage to applied voltage on feedback loop occurs.
      HDN
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