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October 26, 2007

High Power Demonstrations

at 5:39 am. Filed under Crazy Hacks, Insane Equipment, What Were They Thinking

 

Mental note, don’t short out bus bars. 🙂

“Here arcs were intentionally initiated by bridging wires across three copper bus bars in a testing laboratory. Three phase 480 volt power was then applied across the bus bars for about 1 second. The wires immediately explode, forming a conductive plasma which forms high current power arcs between phases. The actual fault current in the demonstration is not known, but is likely in the range of tens of kiloamps.”


 

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8 Responses to “High Power Demonstrations”

  1. Project_Nightmare Says:

    Awsome!!!! Alan were did you dig this up now XD I’d love to try this expirement if i could 🙂

  2. Mr. Maigo Says:

    lol, wood box and chain link fence

  3. frank Says:

    this was actually pretty cool!!

    http://www.xtremegadgets.net

  4. feki00 Says:

    Great! I will try this at home.

  5. ratmandu Says:

    Wow, that looked scary and awesome at the same time.

    And I loved the ‘ding’ at the end. Makes it sound like an old microwave finishing :p

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