Lets say you acclerate a metal slug from 0 km/s too 7 km/s in the space of one metre. Do you know what kind of G-Force is at work there? What metal
can withstand those kind of forces?
A. theres no way in hell u can do it in 1 metre they can only make it go 2 4km/s in 6 metres
yes and i know what g forces are at work and they are not as great as u think
metal can withstand a hell of a lot
Yeh you can, but the trouble with lower voltages is it is much less efficiant (i think sam barros used 450V caps for his!, you want the power to be
dumped from the capacitor bank through the rails and slug as fast as possible.
So a nuclear reactor would not be able to generate pulse power? I would think that with a well designed array of capacitors, you could charge them
with nuclear energy, then create the pulse, much like a camera flash. -Muzz
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