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Old 02-20-2009, 02:58 AM
cody cody is offline
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i believe that 5ms is only for the specific example that aaron used. It will be a different time depending on your coil inductance and the power supply you are using.

So when using ohms law with the others you posted, im thinking maybe im right about the time being the key? Im thinking that getting around lenz law would allow our circuits to draw less current while doing the same amount of work. So since current is inversely proportional to resistance(ohms law), we could possibly use this to our advantage, not by directly adding a resistor to the circuit but by the increasing impedance which happens on resonant points. Once the impedance goes up at resonance there is very small current draw, which is what we want right, so since the current went down, does that mean that we have reduced the lenz effect? Is that all it is, or am i just off completely?
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