just a note
i remember my instructor once telling me the " Zap Zap and your sterile" and he used to work in the nuclear industry and he was only cationing us in working around a nuclear densitomiter
great industry to work in / alot of nice people
maybe a zeener diode would work
maybe a zeener diode in series with a resistor / you would have to calculate the values / seems to me the would limit the voltage and the resistor would limit the current. i do not know. check it out first. good luck
try the local electrical store and see what gel cel batteries are available. some emergency back up lights use this size of battery. you could use a 6v and then take it home and charge it up. the most important is you pick up one of adequate current rating to deliver your current after a...
check out the varian brothers. klystron tube shop at stanford. ilc in germany. hutchinson effect.(( and the philli experiment ( someones imagination of what tesla was talking about) ))
hope i do not get suspended for this.
let me put it this way. unless you have a circuit loop you can not have a current flow. so regardless of where or what voltages you have. the high voltage is reduced to the operational voltages by transformers. these transformers are referenced or grounded to earth at a certain point...
well the way i see it the neutral wire is the centre tap of the transformer. not a ground but ussually connectected to ground at a certain point at the electrical box. so say if we have an transformer with three wires and one is the center tap. now until any part of the circuit is referenced...
.....just a thought for safety. Try using a proper adapter because a car charging system works on voltage differentials tocharge the battery. say a battery at 12v is being charged and the charging circuit is operating at 16 volts. Your cigarette lighter output will be at 16 volts . sorry i...
check out beam one
check out beam one
select electron beam technology then how it works
wait for the animation to start in the black box
this is electron beam for industry
if you add an xray converter to this you have a low power xray source
i was checking out the web and ran across an experiment in Siberia that had a grant.
the experiment was a 300 kw electron beam at 5 MeV for efficient conversion to xray.
to me this has such an interesting use for industry both electron beam and xray. if it had a 10% efficiency on power used...
very old technology here.
if you pass an object over a matrix that has light polarized reaching the matrix you see the angle and speed. a cpu runs at a certain speed so time becomes a constant and is counted in steps in the equation . knowing the mass of the objects and how they react to each...
just a question
just a little question.
If the air from the fan does not cool the object enough. Is the air temperature too warm?
maybe the air needs to be cooled? sorry for this but when i used a cheap old air conditioner and on a cabinet where the outside temp was about 36-40 c. The heat...
i have a simple question about klystrons.
okay if i need say a 2 Mw rf pulse but i only have 10 200kw klystrons. assuming no regular losses. Can I connect these 10 klystrons in parallel. Do I need to phase shift the inputs of 9 to syncronize the outputs? Can I operate them continuously or...