What does SAQ use?
From: Johan Bodin <[email protected]>
To: [email protected] <[email protected]>
Date: 11 November 2003 20:56
Subject: LF: Re: Dummy loads at LF
at a wavelength of 2200m I can't see any reason why a bucket of
salt water can't be used as a "poor man's dummy load". Also,
water needs a lot of energy to heat up. At 4.18 kJ/(kg*K) a 10 liter
bucket will take a kWh, or so, before reaching the boiling point... :-)
By the way, the speed (frequency) control system at SAQ contains
servo controlled "liquid rheostats".
Any ideas for electrode material?