Electric feild as a ac source and magnetic feild strength

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Electric feild as a ac source and magnetic feild strength

Post by Andrew Haynes » Sun Jan 25, 2015 6:09 am

Hi all, Im build a high voltage 50-100khz driver and been thinking what would the strength of the magnetic feild part be, mainly with a narrow and narrow electron beem, in rought vaccum and in air.
Found a document not on hand that a arc discharge is about the same resisanve as copper and would like to base it on that.
Would enought vaccum, just enought for mean path that more abilty for current could be used instead lower vaccum and mor kintec energy.
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Re: Electric feild as a ac source and magnetic feild strengt

Post by Gleedaniel Martin » Sun Mar 15, 2015 11:29 pm

We must be careful in experimenting like this one. Applying high voltage is not a joke and should be thoroughly look for.

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Re: Electric feild as a ac source and magnetic feild strengt

Post by Richard Hull » Mon Mar 16, 2015 9:41 pm

The creation of a magnetic field has little to do with voltage and all to do with current. The field created is a matter of amp-turns. An arc is a signle turn, effectively. The current in an ion beam in vacuo and in an arc in air, will give you your field strength figure and it will be near zero until you get amps in the beam or arc. Not an easy thing to do.

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Re: Electric feild as a ac source and magnetic feild strengt

Post by Andrew Haynes » Sun Mar 22, 2015 5:07 am

Im assuming you need a one million volt charge to produce one tesla, but im wondering if sense electric field and magnetic field are negitive correlated that opens a area of research, sorry wrong words, definitional.
I was thinkong of a transfomer with the electric field part rather than magnetic.
I havnt got a accurate picture or answer, so was asking about general stuff, to open more doors, these is just a bootle neck
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Re: Electric feild as a ac source and magnetic feild strengt

Post by John Futter » Sun Mar 22, 2015 7:44 am

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!

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