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Subject: Re: (Avionics) How can this circuit produce an "inductive surge"?
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 23:19:31 +0100
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"Tarver Engineering" wrote
>Between the starter's collapsing magnetic field and any wires in the
>vicinity; as well as the conductive portion of the airframe itself. (ie
No way could a wire merely passing the starter motor get sufficient
power induced into it to generate a delta-V of say 20V across the
length of wire that passes the starter motor.
How much of a collapsing field would it take to generate say 20V
across say 6" of wire?
And remember, the battery is still connected, so one would be inducing
into a pretty low impedance node.
>> >Think about what Weir is telling you from a Maxwellian reference frame.
>If you can't put Maxwell's three dimensional equations in your mind, then I
>am afraid you can never understand the engineer's perspective of
>electromagnetics. I doubt you could understand probabilites, or Gravity
>either, if you can not see how a collapsing magnetic field induces an E
>field in a conductor.
You are either a PhD with no grasp of reality, or talking complete
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