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Old 08-13-2011, 01:21 AM
Xenomorph Xenomorph is offline
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Originally Posted by zilano View Post
Hi there!

RESISTOR IS NOT LONELY. ITS IN RESONANCE TOO.( and inductors
have capacitance too)

the graph u plotted by u is not a resonating circuit. nomograph is based on resonance circuits. where xc=xL.
DO READ!
Again, you are driving the secondary of a transformer with a 30 kHz frequency.
The self resonance frequency of the secondary coil is in the Mega-Hertz range due to the very small inter-winding capacitance in the piko- to nanofarad range.
So first you will never hit resonance at all like this and second
even if you did, a parallel resistor does not magically change the driven and dominant frequency in the secondary circuit to 50/60 Hertz.
You simply don't know what you are talking about.
This is driven oscillator 101. The driving voltage will be across that resistor.

I did even try this experimentally with a resonant circuit back in the Don Smith hype days, because he came up with that frequency-correction resistor disinfo, and it does not work. Do the experiment, see for yourself. Don't just quote Smith.
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