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Long channel for energy deliver (III)

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At present time the development of new methods of the single-wire long distance energy transfer is of great interest of science. These works are the prolongation and development of Tesla studies in the beginning of XX century. In particular, not so long ago highly effective energy transfer between two resonant circuits, connected by very thin wire (100 mkm) with more than kilometer length had been demonstrated. In these experiments Tesla type transformers with the output voltage about several ten kilovolts and output power up to 10 kW were used [1]. An effective replacement of wire by laser-plasma channel in that configuration of experiment would be the obvious improvement of demonstrated technology.

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Apollonov, V. (2012) Long channel for energy deliver (III). Natural Science, 4, 719-723. doi: 10.4236/ns.2012.49095.

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