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#201 (permalink)      5/24/2019 9:30:25 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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No electromagnetics here, it's DC current and no magnetic core.

Possible exceptions are transient effects during switching on/off and PWM, but that is such a long shot that it isn't even funny.


I suggest you go check yourself on that.


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Double post.

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Wylie wrote:

DanTo wrote:No electromagnetics here, it's DC current and no magnetic core.Possible exceptions are transient effects during switching on/off and PWM, but that is such a long shot that it isn't even funny.I suggest you go check yourself on that.


Sorry, sometimes I have problems to understand deep going electrics:
if there is perhaps an electromagnetic field around the coil or the wire,
whow should I react: longer coil, shorter coil, smaller coil, bigger coil, microcoil, spaced coil,
if I want 12 Watts and a short ramp up time (just to follow the original question).

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Wylie - In the E-cig world we are interested in only the heating flux and the temp. in the coil which makes the vape what we want. Must be fast and not lasy (and the quality of the juice which dependes on the chimney area and it's shaping). This magnetic field - which is very low is not interesting ! - But thanks for this video. - About the "deep going electrics..." I've learnt it in the elementary school When I was 10 years old...(50 years ago)- Sorry...but I still know what I'm talking...

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if I want 12 Watts and a short ramp up time (just to follow the original question).


Twist three 32 gauge wires, 316L SS tightly, it should be 5 to 6 wraps on a 2.5 mm mandrel if memory serves me. It's been quite a while.

Wylie - In the E-cig world we are interested in only the heating flux and the temp.



As you have speak only for yourself, not others.

Edit: Make that 4 to 5 wraps for 12 watt, kinda depends on your coils leg length. I just got about .5 ohms with some longer coil legs, should be decent on a mech as well.

Tension wrap the coils or your diameter will get larger.


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Magnetic fields are like voodoo physics...

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wuwei.ap wrote:

Magnetic fields are like voodoo physics...



Almost exactly what my patent attorney said!

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Wylie wrote:
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Sorry, I am used only to the big wires and I do not use twisted wires.
Is there something like steam engine which can calculate 3 twisted wires?
#209 (permalink)      5/24/2019 11:43:29 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Sorry, I am used only to the big wires and I do not use twisted wires.
Is there something like steam engine which can calculate 3 twisted wires?[/quote]
No, I imagine there would be too many variables.
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