Posted by ~^Johnny^~ on July 21, 2005, 8:36 pm
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Posted by nicksanspam on July 21, 2005, 9:10 pm
EEs abandoned models 20 years ago in favor of simulations, and they don't do
simulations for simple systems. Any sufficiently advanced technology appears
to be magic, and the less you know, the more it seems to be magic. George Ghio
measures risistors in amps, so a large part of the world is magic to him.
Posted by Ed Earl Ross on July 21, 2005, 10:25 pm
If thermal simulation software is available, by all means, use it.
"If the man doesn't believe as we do,
we say he is a crank, and that settles it.
I mean, it does nowadays, because now we
can't burn him." (Mark Twain)
Posted by George Ghio on July 21, 2005, 11:43 pm
There is no magic involved when a Rheostat is clearly rated by the
manufacturer in amps. I did not make the said Rheostat. I did not rate
the Rheostat. I commented on the fact that it was rated in amps as a
point of interest.
Now, can you prove your theory with a working unit or not.
Posted by George Ghio on July 21, 2005, 11:15 pm
You want someone else to do the work. I suggest that you do the work.
The words you use indicate that you are just guessing.
I have the greatest faith in your maths and the physics. The questions
are; "Can you prove your theory? Can you in fact build this? Test it?
Prove it? Present the results in plain English?
Ignorance generates words like "Might" "Could" "If" "Maybe" "Somehow".
You have presented a theory riddled with doubts.
It is now time to remove the doubts.
Go for it.