kevo wrote:Very awesome Burtie! Are kits for other Astro owners in the future?
Thanks for all,
Burtie wrote:Hmmm, -ebike controller with adjustable timing tables, sounds like a nice idea!
Anyone out there fancy a PIC / Infineon firmware project??
kevo wrote:Is there an alternative way to just buy the heat sinks for us Astro folks?
etard wrote: I am quite ignorant on what these students actually do at the higher levels, so forgive me.
AussieJester wrote:I seen a heap of American teen College based movies, they have kick ass parties etard, they call them "keggers" and all the chicks are drop dead gorgeous with fake breastassess...
Jeremy Harris wrote:If you want these finned can-type heatsinks, then take a look at those sold as oil filter coolers, like these: http://www.carbuildersolutions.co.uk/oi ... cooler.htm
12p3phPMDC wrote:I would guess that if there were more poles and more distribution to the windings that the wave would tend to be more sinusoidal.
liveforphysics wrote:12p3phPMDC wrote:I would guess that if there were more poles and more distribution to the windings that the wave would tend to be more sinusoidal.
I think the humps are caused by sharing poles, not lessened by it. I've only ever seen clean sinewaves from motors that wrap 1 pole at a time.
There seemed to be no acceptable compromise between the delta and wye hall group positioning that would work well for both configurations.
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