Tesla was a great inventor. ITis sometimes hard to understand some of his patent drawings or descriptions. Letswork togeather and gather all the valid information that we can on this inventor of the 19th century.
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Activist Post Utah State University presented a first-of-its-kind electric bus that is charged through wireless charging technology in a demonstration Nov. 15. The Aggie Bus rolled onto the streets carrying passengers today; just 16 months after USU demonstrated the first high-power, high-efficiency wireless power transfer system capable of transferring enough energy to quickly charge an electric vehicle. In July 2011, the USU Research Foundation demonstrated 90 percent electrical transfer efficiency of five kilowatts over an air gap of 10 inches. The demonstration validated that electric vehicles can efficiently be charged with wireless technology. USU's Wireless Power Transfer team, in cooperation with the Utah Science Technology and Research initiative's Advanced Transportation Institute at USU, has designed a more efficient way to meet the nation's transportation needs.
Check our facebook page for updates and special offers The aim of this design was to get the highest voltage (or longest arcs) possible from a single self contained unit. Check out the new 1kW Tesla Coil!
With more than 100 Roadsters delivered to customers so far and more on the road each week, it’s natural for some customers to run “experiments” on them. Because we have such an entrepreneurial and highly technical customer base, many of these experiments are quite detailed and attempt to answer questions that we have in some cases never discussed publicly. One of the most common and tricky experiments is testing how far the Roadster will go on a single charge in various driving conditions.
Part 1 Hiroyuki Jo , a 29 year old ethnic Korean, was flanked by two assistants.
What is a Tesla Coil?
The Tesla Coil Web Ring is an network of web pages of Tesla coil builders, Nikola Tesla researchers, and others with sites related to high voltage.
Tesla coils are used to generate extremely high voltages and are capable of expelling this stored energy as lightning-like bolts of electricity. While they are obviously rather dangerous, they look downright fantastic. We’ve compiled a gallery of our favorites from Tesla Down Under and Tesla Systems .Ã‚ Enjoy!
from Wikipedia Website A Tesla coil is a category of disruptive discharge coils, named after their inventor, Nikola Tesla. Tesla actually experimented with a large variety of coils and configurations, so it is difficult to describe a specific mode of construction that will meet the wants of those who ask about "Tesla" coils.
by Oliver Nichelson 1991
Oh sweet Jesus, what is this ? Some guy in Australia has been making Christmas trees out of Tesla coils. Granted, what I know about electricity is not a lot. But isn't Australia flammable? The guy's name is Peter, and he is a fiftyish year old physics drop-out.
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One of the more controversial topics involving Nikola Tesla is what became of many of his technical and scientific papers after he died in 1943. Just before his death at the height of World War II, he claimed that he had perfected his so-called "death beam."
July 10, 2009 on 12:46 pm | In people , science , technology | 2 Comments Unexpected hiatus, it seems – over 2 months without an update! I’m not letting this blog die, though.
Tesla Coil Plans 12-002, $7.95, SCIENCE FIRST, 95 Botsford Pl, Buffalo NY, 14216, 800-875-3214 This is Frank Lee's company, the guy who started the VandeGraaff Generator craze in the 1950's with his VDG article in Scientific American's AMATEUR SCIENTIST column.