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Author Topic: Relative Permittivity of Water  (Read 174117 times)

Offline Torana

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Re: Relative Permittivity of Water
« Reply #255 on: March 31, 2013, 11:57:13 PM »
w,
flyback has a cycle = charge, store, discharge, idle
 
a transformer cant do that ,theres pri + sec ,expand and contract , thats it! no matter how you wind it
 
cap = charge , store, discharge .   thats what water caps do at sandia , thats what water caps do in lasers.    thats what caps do
 
good luck mate 

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Re: Relative Permittivity of Water
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