All right, I see it now. I had to go back to the WB6 numbers and crank it through again. WB6 was tested at fields of about 1300 G. If you can manage coils in the 20-30T range, that will theoretically just about balance the output power with the input drive power.Jboily wrote:Aero, You are correct, a strong B field is the trick.
But Jeez Louise! Between the mechanical stresses of the magnets and the heat load of all that power packed in that small volume, could it survive more than a couple brief tests? Sure is fun to think about though.