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##### VIC coil 6-1, stacked tesla pancake coils
« on: October 23, 2008, 07:19:14 am »
http://img390.imageshack.us/my.php?image=teslainjectordx9.jpg

http://waterfuelcell.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=6562#6562

So what was Teslas pancake coil really good for , he mentions that sometimes opposing voltages can have a use but he never mentions any useful purpose.... Now i remember hearing that he could transmit voltage through the air over long distances , this makes me wonder...

One must ask himself this .Since there is no voltage , there is no amp flow , but where will the energy be going.... the water is definitly feeling this pulsating electrical stress tho , Stan calls it the *rubberbanding effect* ....

it might be simply bifilar wire since there is so much opposing voltage the breakdown of the wire coating is irrelevant  right ?, theres almost no voltage between inductors... Maybe we can take out the insulation on the bifilar wire and make a quick simple tap that fits on both.....

Its really stacked flat pancake tesla coils that are amplified quite heavily....

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##### Re: VIC coil 6-1, stacked tesla pancake coils
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2008, 19:20:39 pm »
The definition of negative or opposing voltage with this coil is different than in normal electricity knowledge.

So what is the difference between +20,000 volts and ground state 0 volts ? ..........20,000 volts

So what is the difference between +20,000 volts and -20,000 volts ? ........ 0 volts , - voltage is opposing voltage , its not -20,000 below ground state.. wich would make 40,000 volts....

I know that normally , in your house for example , the 240 volts is caused by a oltage difference of 240 volts , 120-(-120) volts= 240 volts

But this is an opposing bifilar wound coil , not like the *neogen crux_wfc* bifilar hookup that kevin west uses , wich aids the voltage ...