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Transcript of Tesla coil
The most common application today is for electricity on demonstrations for high voltage, generating electrical sparks that can be several meters long.
Why was it created?
What is Tesla Coil?
The Tesla Coil is a resonant type transmitter which is capable of producing, at high frequencies, voltages above a million volts.
The invention of the Tesla Coil was very important for
the development of electricity as we know it today.
Tesla Coils have been used in early radio transmitters,
electrotherapy devices and
for applications in
A Tesla Coil has two separate parts:
Who created Tesla Coil ??
Nikola Tesla in 1890.
After we turn on the switch , we will put the
fluorescent lamp near the coil and it will light up.
JUNE ON 2015
JUNE AND JULY ON 2015
JULY AND AUGUST ON 2015
How much energy can be generated?
The Tesla Coil generates 1 million to 1.2 million watts of energy.
TESLA COIL - pioneer energy -
Eduardo Beuren, Francisco Lamas, Matteus Nunes
EXPERIENCE: Homemade Magnetic Coil
In this project we learnt how
important Tesla Coil was for
the advances in electrical devices
in the past and present days.
1 Battery "D", 1 super magnet, 1 balloon, wood, copper wire, shielded wire, two rubber bands.
How to do it
The coil will spin. This happens because when we turn on the stack, the power turns the coil in an electromagnet to be attracted to the super magnet that is underneath the coil. The tips will be used to turn on and off: the completely bare wire will turn on and the other wire will shut down, causing the coil turn.
A primary and secondary circuits, each of these consists of a capacitor and an inductor, so they each become resonant circuits when voltage is applied.