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Old 06-28-2010, 04:29 AM
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Originally Posted by dave_cahoon View Post
Those of you using coils need make a doubler or tripler circuit to convert to DC, and then a HV cap to smooth it out clean.
I wonder if static HV DC is much better than pulsed HV DC.

According to TT Brown, constant acceleration effect can be attained with pulsed high voltage DC. A static DC will produce only damped acceleration. I think the only reason I notice vigorous ion wind blowing fire in my candle experiment only happen because my circuit can produce pulsed HV DC.

If the effect is to replicate the earth gravity, then I opt for pulsed DC because now I think earth electricity is constantly produced (generated pulsed voltage), not accumulated (as in capacitor).
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