On 12/28/11 1:14 PM, Dan Schaaf wrote:
> Let's go a step further,
> What happens if you put a dry wooden broomstick down the center of an
> aluminum tube vertical.
> Then a wet Broomstick.
solid tube is different than a cage o' wires in terms of internal field.
At some point, though, if you have enough wires, the cage will be
identical to the tube.
I'd say off the cuff that when the spacing between wires is smaller than
the distance to the tree (or broomstick) inside the cylinder, you can
start to ignore what's in the middle.
>> On 12/28/2011 1:41 PM, Dan Schaaf wrote:
>>> What happens if you make the vertical as a cage of vertical wires around
>>> the tree ? Joined at the top and joined and fed at the bottom. The tree
>>> is in the center of the cage.
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