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« Reply #120 on: February 13, 2009, 17:05:22 pm »
kinesisfilms,
sorry but i will have to disagree with 90ohm a centimeter... carpenters specs for 430fr for electric resitivity is 460ohm cri-mil / ft   1millimeter = .03937 inch ........       .004 will go into 1 milli  9.825 times ...  knowing that we must divide difference... 460 / 9.825= 46.819.  so now we know for fact 430 fr spec staight from carpenters specs.. 46.819 for 38 awg a foot.. 1 foot = 30.48 cm  sooo.. 46.819 / 30.48= 1.536ohms a centimeter.. dankie has brought to my attentiona good website / program for specs on modernday resistive wires.. they average from 2ohms- 50ohms in resistance in 38awg range..

430 fr
46.819ohm/ft
1.536ohm/ centi

references-   http://cartech.ides.com/datasheet.aspx?i=101&E=63
www.wiretron.com

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« Reply #121 on: February 13, 2009, 21:11:34 pm »
ughhh it seems that surplus stores have everything you dont need....first off none of the wires are coated. FAIL......second the highest resistance they had was 50 ohm per foot of 36 gauge wire (type unknown)....FAIL......second off the closest to usable they had was i think a nickel chromium resistive wire with .9 ohms per ft with i think a 20-ish gauge....but overall FAIL.
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« Reply #122 on: February 14, 2009, 01:23:58 am »

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« Reply #123 on: February 22, 2009, 07:19:52 am »
alright so i have this book called High-votlage engineering by M. Khalifa

there is too much to say right now.....i will scan the pages and post them tomorrow.....the parallels to meyer are amazing...it seems stanley had the most syncronized "catastrophic surge".....it's something that happens in transmission lines that is considered to be a nuisance to electrical companies........

i will leave you with these words for now.

ISOLATED ELECTRICAL GROUND
SWITCHING OVERVOLTAGES
ENERGIZATION OF AN UNLOADED TRANSMISSION LINE

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« Reply #124 on: February 22, 2009, 16:45:02 pm »
see if it mentions ferroresonance anywhere...

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« Reply #125 on: February 23, 2009, 04:06:02 am »
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NOTICE HOW THE LOAD REJECTION MATCHES STANLEY MEYERS eq 6 and 7

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« Reply #126 on: February 24, 2009, 00:36:11 am »
From the book "Twenty-Fifth International Power Modulator Symposium and 2002 High-Voltage Workshop"
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their experiments got pretty close to stanley.

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« Reply #127 on: February 24, 2009, 01:42:45 am »
Hi Kinesis,

I am flabergasted......Wow. That last book is like its written by Stan.
A nanosecond puls generator!  Tested with destilled water.
No resonance charging chokes at all.
Very good find!

br
Steve