• Rafa_El
In summary, the conversation discusses the concept of a Tesla coil and its ability to sustain itself through resonance. The idea of using two Tesla coils separated by a magnet-based turbine to power both of them is also brought up. However, the idea of the Tesla coil being able to amplify energy is deemed as incorrect information. The conversation recommends using Wikipedia as a resource to learn more about Tesla coils.
Rafa_El
So here i am thinking of Tesla coil. I have read that Tesla coil can sustain itself by getting the right "resonance". And I'm wondering how if 2 Tesla coil separated by a magnet based turbin to power the both of it. I read the theory that Tesla coil can amplify the energy because it was based on primer and secondary bobbin (google translate say this) or to exact like transformator. Can anyone explain to me in a simple way, please ?[emoji1]

Try Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla_coil that article explains the basics. Wikipedia is also available in many languages, so you may be able to find the article in your native language.

Rafa_El
anorlunda said:
Try Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla_coil that article explains the basics. Wikipedia is also available in many languages, so you may be able to find the article in your native language.
Already checked it and not available in my native. Tq for suggestion

Rafa_El said:
it. I read the theory that Tesla coil can amplify the energy

there will never be more energy than what was initially put into it ( that goes for any device, electrical or mechanical)

Rafa_El
Rafa_El said:
So here i am thinking of Tesla coil. I have read that Tesla coil can sustain itself by getting the right "resonance". And I'm wondering how if 2 Tesla coil separated by a magnet based turbin to power the both of it. I read the theory that Tesla coil can amplify the energy because it was based on primer and secondary bobbin (google translate say this) or to exact like transformator. Can anyone explain to me in a simple way, please ?[emoji1]
No, sorry, that is complete nonsense.

Since you are trying to learn about the real world, please send me a Private Message with links to what you have been reading, and I'll do my best to steer you in the right direction. We do not allow nonsense in the open forums. Thread closed.

Rafa_El

## 1. What is a Tesla coil?

A Tesla coil is an electrical resonant transformer circuit invented by Nikola Tesla in the late 19th century. It is used to produce high-voltage, low-current, high-frequency alternating-current electricity.

## 2. How does a Tesla coil work?

A Tesla coil works by using electromagnetic induction to create a high-voltage electrical field. The primary coil of the Tesla coil is connected to an AC power source, which creates an oscillating magnetic field. This field induces a current in the secondary coil, which is connected to a capacitor. The capacitor then stores the electrical energy and releases it in a rapid burst, creating a high-voltage, high-frequency output.

## 3. What is the purpose of a Tesla coil?

The primary purpose of a Tesla coil is to produce high-voltage electricity for experimentation and demonstration purposes. It can also be used for wireless energy transfer, medical treatments, and as a component in radio and television transmission.

## 4. Is it dangerous to be near a Tesla coil?

Yes, it can be dangerous to be near a Tesla coil if proper safety precautions are not taken. The high-voltage, high-frequency output can cause electric shock and can interfere with electronic devices. It is important to always follow safety guidelines and wear protective gear when working with a Tesla coil.

## 5. Can I build my own Tesla coil?

Yes, it is possible to build your own Tesla coil, but it requires significant knowledge and experience in electronics and high-voltage circuits. It is important to follow proper safety protocols and guidelines when building and operating a Tesla coil. It is recommended to seek guidance from experienced individuals or professionals before attempting to build one on your own.

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