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Re: [usa-tesla] Question to anyone

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  • Paul Eitson
    You mention a flat coil. Is it a bifilar coil? (Bifilar coils are a capacitor of sorts, and there capacity increases geometrically with size.) I have read some
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 31, 2004
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      You mention a flat coil. Is it a bifilar coil? (Bifilar coils are a
      capacitor of sorts, and there capacity increases geometrically with
      size.)
      I have read some commentary that the primary and secondary should be
      of equal weight.
      I do not know if this information is accurate about the weight.
      Paul
      On Dec 31, 2004, at 7:09 PM, rkicf8 wrote:

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      > My question concerns the Tesla coil.
      > Why are the primary coils at the base or under the base?
      > I'm going to use a flat round primary.Would'nt it produce better
      > effects placed in center of secoundary?
      > Originaly I considered making both coils same hiegth.
      > But now I understand the flat coil will cause plasma where as the
      > tall coil will cause sparking.
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