A Successful working Lifter v2.0
by Tim Ventura ( USA )
March 7, 2002 - JLN Labs -
Last update March 7, 2002
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This is a test of the lifter version #2, which contains an internal support-structure consisting of an additional 3 lifting surfaces. Essentially, it's one of the lifter V1 models placed inside an identical model of a larger lifter.
The power-output seems to be a little bit higher, and it is definitely more unstable on it's tethers. This could simply be due to weight-distribution issues from my construction or it could be something else entirely . . .more power, tether length, etc..
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Additionnal comment from Jean-Louis Naudin : Congratulations again for your successful test of the Lifter v2.
The unstability of your Lifter v2.0 is due to the aspect ratio of your Lifter. With a larger T.Brown capacitor the device will be more stable :
Aspect Ratio = L2 / S with L = wide and S = surface of the armature
The Aspect Ratio of my Lifter v2.0 is equal to 10
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