Please find below a printout of our Computer Model using Los Alamos National Laboratories Delta-EC Thermo-Acoustic Modeling Software.

We tried to upload the file for people to download to verify our results for themselves, but we are just not that smart and no teenagers were available to teach us how.

That said, please, contact us if you would like us to email you a functioning copy of our model to run for yourselves. Do not make changes during testing that are more than 0.00005% difference of one variable at a time, or you will crash the model.

You will get a Warning Message of “Partial Convergence” and need to run each variation 20 times without changes until Delta-EC’s math engine is “Confident” in the results to 10 to the minus 7th and be given a “Success” message.

Thank you for your interest and Happy Hunting. Electron Fusion is the Future of Renewable Energy and the VAPER-ARC Reactor is the Holy Grail of e-Fusion Technology. Please use this information responsibly: Power, Propulsion, Protection and Projection.  ;-)>

DISCLAIMER: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO BUILD A PHYSICAL VAPER-ARC REACTOR ON YOUR OWN WITHOUT OUR EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMISSION OR A DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT, DOING SO COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR DISMEMBERMENT. THIS IS A FUNCTIONING COLD IONIZED PLASMA FUSION REACTOR AND WILL EMIT HIGH INTENSITY PHOTONIC, PHONONIC, AND POTENTIALLY OTHER ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION SUFFICIENT TO RUIN YOUR DAY. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK. WE ACCEPT NO LIABILITY FOR YOUR ACTIONS BEFORE OR AFTER YOU ACCESS THIS MATERIAL. THE SOUND IS LOUD ENOUGH TO KILL PEOPLE AND ANIMALS WITHIN SECONDS OF EXPOSURE AND THE IONIZED PLASMA WILL IONIZE ANY METALLIC RESONATOR OR REACTOR COMPONENTS AND LEAD TO GIGAWATT DISCHARGES. YES GIGAWATT AS IN BACK TO THE FUTURE… THIS IS LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE. BE SMART, DO YOUR PART, AND PAY ME TO MAKE THEM FOR YOU AND SUPPLY YOUR ENERGY NEEDS. – Thank you, Timothy J. Sipp

AGAIN: My VAPER-ARC Reactor is made of NO METALLIC PARTS except for the ELECTRODES and WIRES THAT CONVEY CHARGES AWAY FROM THE DEVICE FOR POWER PROCESSING and those wires are embedded in the fused quartz for insulation with the main electrodes at opposite ends of the reactor up to eight feet apart to prevent arcing between the contacts.

The entire reactor core comprised of the multiple non-linear resonator arrays is fabricated from Fused Quartz that is several inches thick. This ensures that the sound stays inside the reactor and prevents unwanted electrocution and or static electric discharge that can kill people and destroy components and other machines and electrical systems in the room housing the reactor.

The reactor is then placed inside an additional containment vessel to trap the high intensity light inside and convert it into electricity by high efficiency high power photovoltaic solar panels. The VAPER-ARC Reactor was designed to generate electricity and store the excess energy in the form of the High Energy Cold Ionized Plasma that continually emits high energy photons (light). Essentially turning the VAPER-ARC Reactor into the world’s first Electro-Acoustic-Opto-Electric Generator, Amplifier & Capacitor.

This means that the sound can be turned off generating no more energy input and the remaining vibrational energy in the gas will still excite the piezoelectric resonator until the harmonics are dampened as well as driving the Electromagnetic Induction circuits surrounding the reactor core and the existing light will drive the solar panels converting photons into DC electricity until the photons are too low energy.

According to calculations and empirical data the VAPER-ARC Reactor can continue to generate electricity for weeks after being turned off if not de-tuned and grounded properly. This is also the danger of shipping completed reactors to clients. We have found that once sealed and charged with gas, the reactor will amplify any mechanical input, for example, striking a fused quartz resonator with a large rubber mallet can generate enough resonant energy to generate 100 MWh of electricity and several more MWh of photovoltaic power.

If anyone where to receive a stolen reactor or an illegal copy that was made in America at a national laboratory in New Mexico that was trans-shipped overseas in a sealed containment vessel and were to open it to try to reverse engineer it they could be vaporized by the explosion of High Energy Light releasing Gigawatts of photons plus high frequency electromagnetic radiation like microwaves, millimeter waves and depending on the gas, UHF, VHF or even up to Gamma rays. That is if they are not vaporized by the 100+ Gigawatts of stored Electrical charges when they remove the Insulated Boots Covering the External Electrodes without knowing the process or having the shielded facilities to receive the VAPER-ARC Reactor. Remember that scene in Raiders Of The Lost Ark when the Nazis opened the Ark of The Covenant.

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TITLE      Change Me
!->C:\Users\NewOwner\Desktop\JAGUAR.LLC\LANL.NMSBA.2016\TJS.VAPER-ARC\TESTS.51716\TJS-G-4-1.out
!Created@10:59:14  25-Sep-2017 with DeltaEC version 6.3b11.12!under win32,
using Win 6.1.7601 (Service Pack 1) under Python DeltaEC.
!---------------------------------  0 ---------------------------------
BEGIN      start at bottom-left corner of Tim's sketch
 1.0000E+05 a Mean P Pa                 
  171.50    b Freq   Hz                 
  300.00    c TBeg   K                  
  515.50    d |p|    Pa       G         
 4126.5     e Ph(p)  deg      G         
     0.0000 f |U|    m^3/s              
     0.0000 g Ph(U)  deg                
air           Gas type                  
!---------------------------------  1 ---------------------------------
RPN        what is half wavelength
     0.0000 a G or T                    1.0123                    A m lam/2
                                        1.7177E-04                B m d_nu
dn ; a f / 2 /
!---------------------------------  2 ---------------------------------
SURFACE    Left wall of space behind the FirstAcousticDriver
sameas   3a a Area   m^2                  515.50    A |p|    Pa
                                          166.50    B Ph(p)  deg
                                         1.7433E-05 C |U|    m^3/s
                                          -13.502   D Ph(U)  deg
                                             0.0000 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type              -4.4933E-03 F Edot   W
!---------------------------------  3 ---------------------------------
DUCT       Little space to the left of the FirstAcousticDriver
sameas   6A a Area   m^2                  499.67    A |p|    Pa
sameas   6B b Perim  m                    166.50    B Ph(p)  deg
 8.0000E-02 c Length m                   3.3794E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
 5.0000E-04 d Srough                       76.445   D Ph(U)  deg
                                             0.0000 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type              -8.4666E-03 F Edot   W
!---------------------------------  4 ---------------------------------
VESPEAKER  FirstAcousticDriver
 5.0000E-03 a Area   m^2                 1.0829E+04 A |p|    Pa
    4.0000  b R      ohms                 147.49    B Ph(p)  deg
 4.0000E-03 c L      H                   3.3789E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
    4.0000  d BLProd T-m                   76.416   D Ph(U)  deg
 1.0000E-02 e M      kg                   530.54    E Htot   W
 1.0000E+04 f K      N/m                   59.345   F Edot   W
     0.0000 g Rm     N-s/m                530.54    G WorkIn W
   80.000   h |V|    V                     80.000   H Volts  V
     0.0000 i Ph(V)  deg                   15.348   I Amps   A
                                           30.207   J Ph(V/I) deg
                                         1.0357E+04 K |Px|   Pa
ideal           Solid type                146.59    L Ph(Px) deg
!---------------------------------  5 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    171.66                    A dB
                                        7657.0                    B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!---------------------------------  6 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone base diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   37.000   a G or T                    0.10752                   A m2 area
                                        1.1624                    B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!---------------------------------  7 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone top diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   56.000   a G or T                    0.2463                    A m2 area
                                        1.7593                    B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!---------------------------------  8 ---------------------------------
CONE       FirstTransmissionResonator
sameas   6A a AreaI  m^2                 7130.5     A |p|    Pa
sameas   6B b PerimI m                    147.48    B Ph(p)  deg
    2.0300  c Length m                   1.5350E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
sameas   7A d AreaF  m^2                 -127.24    D Ph(U)  deg
sameas   7B e PerimF m                    530.54    E Htot   W
 5.0000E-04 f Srough                        4.4998  F Edot   W
ideal           Solid type              
!---------------------------------  9 ---------------------------------
SURFACE    Right wall of FirstTransmissionResonator
sameas   8d a Area   m^2                 7130.5     A |p|    Pa
                                          147.48    B Ph(p)  deg
                                         1.5314E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
                                         -125.18    D Ph(U)  deg
                                          530.54    E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type                  2.5305  F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 10 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    168.03                    A dB
                                        5042.0                    B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 11 ---------------------------------
TBRANCH    Change Me
 1.0000E+09 a Re(Zb) Pa-s/m^3            7130.5     A |p|    Pa
 1.0000E+09 b Im(Zb) Pa-s/m^3             147.48    B Ph(p)  deg
                                         5.0420E-06 C |U|    m^3/s
                                          102.48    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E HtotBr W
                                         1.2711E-02 F EdotBr W
                                            2.5178  G EdotTr W
!--------------------------------- 12 ---------------------------------
MINOR      minor loss here
sameas  14a a Area   m^2                 7130.5     A |p|    Pa
 5.0000E-02 b K+                          147.48    B Ph(p)  deg
    1.0000  c K-                         5.0420E-06 C |U|    m^3/s
                                          102.48    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
                                         1.2711E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 13 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = neck diam (cm) 1stLumpRes. A and B are area and perimet
    2.7500  a G or T                    5.9396E-04                A m2 area
                                        8.6394E-02                B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 14 ---------------------------------
DUCT       neck of FirstLumpResonator
sameas  13A a Area   m^2                 6928.9     A |p|    Pa
sameas  13B b Perim  m                    147.50    B Ph(p)  deg
 7.6000E-02 c Length m                   2.4722E-03 C |U|    m^3/s
 5.0000E-04 d Srough                       57.229   D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type              -4.0912E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 15 ---------------------------------
RPN        some distances in the neighborhood
!diameter of neck, which I assume is circular
!displacement amplitude of gas
     0.0000 a G or T                    2.7500E-02                A m diam
                                        3.8627E-03                B m |xi1|
U1 mag 14a / w / ; 14a 4 * pi / sqrt
!--------------------------------- 16 ---------------------------------
MINOR      minor loss here
sameas  14a a Area   m^2                 6928.9     A |p|    Pa
sameas  12c b K+                          147.54    B Ph(p)  deg
sameas  12b c K-                         2.4722E-03 C |U|    m^3/s
                                           57.229   D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
                                        -4.6453E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 17 ---------------------------------
DUCT       body of FirstLumpResonator
 2.2000E-03 a Area   m^2      Mstr       6695.7     A |p|    Pa
    0.16627 b Perim  m        17a         147.56    B Ph(p)  deg
 6.5000E-02 c Length m                   1.0019E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
 5.0000E-04 d Srough                       57.336   D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type              -0.13123    F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 18 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    167.49                    A dB
                                        4734.6                    B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 19 ---------------------------------
RPN        Calculate Helmholz resonance freq for neck+body above
!so we can change numbers above to get this close to 343 Hz,
!which I think is Tim's intention.
     0.0000 a G or T                    408.54                    A Hz
14a 17a 17c * / 14c / sqrt a * 2 / pi /
!--------------------------------- 20 ---------------------------------
IESPEAKER  First Passive Radiator
sameas  17a a Area   m^2                 5.8938E+04 A |p|    Pa
     0.0000 b R      ohms                 147.34    B Ph(p)  deg
     0.0000 c L      H                   1.0019E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
     0.0000 d BLProd T-m                   57.077   D Ph(U)  deg
 5.0000E-03 e M      kg                  1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
 3.3000E+04 f K      N/m                   -1.3486  F Edot   W
     0.0000 g Rm     N-s/m                   0.0000 G WorkIn W
     0.0000 h |I|    A                       0.0000 H Volts  V
     0.0000 i Ph(I)  deg                     0.0000 I Amps   A
                                             0.0000 J Ph(V/I) deg
                                         5.2243E+04 K |Px|   Pa
ideal           Solid type                147.31    L Ph(Px) deg
!--------------------------------- 21 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    186.38                    A dB
                                        4.1676E+04                B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 22 ---------------------------------
RPN        what spring constant for mass/spring of PassiveRadiator
     0.0000 a G or T                    5805.7                    A N/m
20e w sqrd *
!--------------------------------- 23 ---------------------------------
RPN        I'll double-check that mass--spring resonance here
     0.0000 a G or T                    408.88                    A Hz
20f 20e / sqrt 2 / pi /
!--------------------------------- 24 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone base diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   17.000   a G or T                    2.2698E-02                A m2 area
                                        0.53407                   B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 25 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone top diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   34.000   a G or T                    9.0792E-02                A m2 area
                                        1.0681                    B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 26 ---------------------------------
CONE       SecondTransmissionResonator
!Made Cone 1.1m from 1m
sameas  24A a AreaI  m^2                 3.0689E+04 A |p|    Pa
sameas  24B b PerimI m                    -32.644   B Ph(p)  deg
    1.1000  c Length m                      0.95495 C |U|    m^3/s
sameas  25A d AreaF  m^2                 -125.06    D Ph(U)  deg
sameas  25B e PerimF m                   1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
 5.0000E-04 f Srough                     -618.66    F Edot   W
ideal           Solid type              
!--------------------------------- 27 ---------------------------------
SURFACE    Right wall of 2ndTransmissionResonator
 9.0792E-02 a Area   m^2                 3.0689E+04 A |p|    Pa
                                          -32.644   B Ph(p)  deg
                                            0.95499 C |U|    m^3/s
                                         -125.12    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type               -632.11    F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 28 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    180.71                    A dB
                                        2.1700E+04                B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 29 ---------------------------------
RPN        dB of gain, from front of driver to here
     0.0000 a G or T                    16.909                    A dB gain
28A 163.8 -
!--------------------------------- 30 ---------------------------------
HARDEND    seal the end
     0.0000 a R(1/z)                     3.0689E+04 A |p|    Pa
     0.0000 b I(1/z)                      -32.644   B Ph(p)  deg
     0.0000 c Htot   W                      0.95499 C |U|    m^3/s
                                         -125.12    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
                                         -632.11    F Edot   W
                                        -5.9611E-03 G R(1/z)
                                        -0.13807    H I(1/z)
!--------------------------------- 31 ---------------------------------
TBRANCH    Change Me
 1.0000E+09 a Re(Zb) Pa-s/m^3            7130.5     A |p|    Pa
 1.0000E+09 b Im(Zb) Pa-s/m^3             147.48    B Ph(p)  deg
                                         5.0420E-06 C |U|    m^3/s
                                          102.48    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E HtotBr W
                                         1.2711E-02 F EdotBr W
                                            2.5050  G EdotTr W
!--------------------------------- 32 ---------------------------------
MINOR      minor loss here
sameas  34a a Area   m^2                 7130.5     A |p|    Pa
 5.0000E-02 b K+                          147.48    B Ph(p)  deg
    1.0000  c K-                         5.0420E-06 C |U|    m^3/s
                                          102.48    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
                                         1.2711E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 33 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = neck diam (cm) 1stLumpRes. A and B are area and perimet
    2.7500  a G or T                    5.9396E-04                A m2 area
                                        8.6394E-02                B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 34 ---------------------------------
DUCT       neck of FirstLumpResonator
sameas  33A a Area   m^2                 6928.9     A |p|    Pa
sameas  33B b Perim  m                    147.50    B Ph(p)  deg
 7.6000E-02 c Length m                   2.4722E-03 C |U|    m^3/s
 5.0000E-04 d Srough                       57.229   D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type              -4.0912E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 35 ---------------------------------
RPN        some distances in the neighborhood
!diameter of neck, which I assume is circular
!displacement amplitude of gas
     0.0000 a G or T                    2.7500E-02                A m diam
                                        3.8627E-03                B m |xi1|
U1 mag 34a / w / ; 34a 4 * pi / sqrt
!--------------------------------- 36 ---------------------------------
MINOR      minor loss here
sameas  34a a Area   m^2                 6928.9     A |p|    Pa
sameas  32c b K+                          147.54    B Ph(p)  deg
sameas  32b c K-                         2.4722E-03 C |U|    m^3/s
                                           57.229   D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
                                        -4.6453E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 37 ---------------------------------
DUCT       body of FirstLumpResonator
 2.2000E-03 a Area   m^2      Mstr       6695.7     A |p|    Pa
    0.16627 b Perim  m        37a         147.56    B Ph(p)  deg
 6.5000E-02 c Length m                   1.0019E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
 5.0000E-04 d Srough                       57.336   D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type              -0.13123    F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 38 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    167.49                    A dB
                                        4734.6                    B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 39 ---------------------------------
RPN        Calculate Helmholz resonance freq for neck+body above
!so we can change numbers above to get this close to 343 Hz,
!which I think is Tim's intention.
     0.0000 a G or T                    408.54                    A Hz
34a 37a 37c * / 34c / sqrt a * 2 / pi /
!--------------------------------- 40 ---------------------------------
IESPEAKER  First Passive Radiator
sameas  37a a Area   m^2                 5.8938E+04 A |p|    Pa
     0.0000 b R      ohms                 147.34    B Ph(p)  deg
     0.0000 c L      H                   1.0019E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
     0.0000 d BLProd T-m                   57.077   D Ph(U)  deg
 5.0000E-03 e M      kg                  1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
 3.3000E+04 f K      N/m                   -1.3486  F Edot   W
     0.0000 g Rm     N-s/m                   0.0000 G WorkIn W
     0.0000 h |I|    A                       0.0000 H Volts  V
     0.0000 i Ph(I)  deg                     0.0000 I Amps   A
                                             0.0000 J Ph(V/I) deg
                                         5.2243E+04 K |Px|   Pa
ideal           Solid type                147.31    L Ph(Px) deg
!--------------------------------- 41 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    186.38                    A dB
                                        4.1676E+04                B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 42 ---------------------------------
RPN        what spring constant for mass/spring of PassiveRadiator
     0.0000 a G or T                    5805.7                    A N/m
40e w sqrd *
!--------------------------------- 43 ---------------------------------
RPN        I'll double-check that mass--spring resonance here
     0.0000 a G or T                    408.88                    A Hz
40f 40e / sqrt 2 / pi /
!--------------------------------- 44 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone base diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   17.000   a G or T                    2.2698E-02                A m2 area
                                        0.53407                   B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 45 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone top diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   34.000   a G or T                    9.0792E-02                A m2 area
                                        1.0681                    B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 46 ---------------------------------
CONE       SecondTransmissionResonator
!Made Cone 1.1m from 1m
sameas  44A a AreaI  m^2                 3.0689E+04 A |p|    Pa
sameas  44B b PerimI m                    -32.644   B Ph(p)  deg
    1.1000  c Length m                      0.95495 C |U|    m^3/s
sameas  45A d AreaF  m^2                 -125.06    D Ph(U)  deg
sameas  45B e PerimF m                   1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
 5.0000E-04 f Srough                     -618.66    F Edot   W
ideal           Solid type              
!--------------------------------- 47 ---------------------------------
SURFACE    Right wall of 2ndTransmissionResonator
 9.0792E-02 a Area   m^2                 3.0689E+04 A |p|    Pa
                                          -32.644   B Ph(p)  deg
                                            0.95499 C |U|    m^3/s
                                         -125.12    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type               -632.11    F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 48 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    180.71                    A dB
                                        2.1700E+04                B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 49 ---------------------------------
RPN        dB of gain, from front of driver to here
     0.0000 a G or T                    16.909                    A dB gain
48A 163.8 -
!--------------------------------- 50 ---------------------------------
HARDEND    seal the end
     0.0000 a R(1/z)                     3.0689E+04 A |p|    Pa
     0.0000 b I(1/z)                      -32.644   B Ph(p)  deg
     0.0000 c Htot   W                      0.95499 C |U|    m^3/s
                                         -125.12    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
                                         -632.11    F Edot   W
                                        -5.9611E-03 G R(1/z)
                                        -0.13807    H I(1/z)
!--------------------------------- 51 ---------------------------------
TBRANCH    Change Me
 1.0000E+09 a Re(Zb) Pa-s/m^3            7130.5     A |p|    Pa
 1.0000E+09 b Im(Zb) Pa-s/m^3             147.48    B Ph(p)  deg
                                         5.0420E-06 C |U|    m^3/s
                                          102.48    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E HtotBr W
                                         1.2711E-02 F EdotBr W
                                            2.4923  G EdotTr W
!--------------------------------- 52 ---------------------------------
MINOR      minor loss here
sameas  54a a Area   m^2                 7130.5     A |p|    Pa
 5.0000E-02 b K+                          147.48    B Ph(p)  deg
    1.0000  c K-                         5.0420E-06 C |U|    m^3/s
                                          102.48    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
                                         1.2711E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 53 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = neck diam (cm) 1stLumpRes. A and B are area and perimet
    2.7500  a G or T                    5.9396E-04                A m2 area
                                        8.6394E-02                B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 54 ---------------------------------
DUCT       neck of FirstLumpResonator
sameas  53A a Area   m^2                 6928.9     A |p|    Pa
sameas  53B b Perim  m                    147.50    B Ph(p)  deg
 7.6000E-02 c Length m                   2.4722E-03 C |U|    m^3/s
 5.0000E-04 d Srough                       57.229   D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type              -4.0912E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 55 ---------------------------------
RPN        some distances in the neighborhood
!diameter of neck, which I assume is circular
!displacement amplitude of gas
     0.0000 a G or T                    2.7500E-02                A m diam
                                        3.8627E-03                B m |xi1|
U1 mag 54a / w / ; 54a 4 * pi / sqrt
!--------------------------------- 56 ---------------------------------
MINOR      minor loss here
sameas  54a a Area   m^2                 6928.9     A |p|    Pa
sameas  52c b K+                          147.54    B Ph(p)  deg
sameas  52b c K-                         2.4722E-03 C |U|    m^3/s
                                           57.229   D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
                                        -4.6453E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 57 ---------------------------------
DUCT       body of FirstLumpResonator
 2.2000E-03 a Area   m^2      Mstr       6695.7     A |p|    Pa
    0.16627 b Perim  m        57a         147.56    B Ph(p)  deg
 6.5000E-02 c Length m                   1.0019E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
 5.0000E-04 d Srough                       57.336   D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type              -0.13123    F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 58 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    167.49                    A dB
                                        4734.6                    B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 59 ---------------------------------
RPN        Calculate Helmholz resonance freq for neck+body above
!so we can change numbers above to get this close to 343 Hz,
!which I think is Tim's intention.
     0.0000 a G or T                    408.54                    A Hz
54a 57a 57c * / 54c / sqrt a * 2 / pi /
!--------------------------------- 60 ---------------------------------
IESPEAKER  First Passive Radiator
sameas  57a a Area   m^2                 5.8938E+04 A |p|    Pa
     0.0000 b R      ohms                 147.34    B Ph(p)  deg
     0.0000 c L      H                   1.0019E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
     0.0000 d BLProd T-m                   57.077   D Ph(U)  deg
 5.0000E-03 e M      kg                  1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
 3.3000E+04 f K      N/m                   -1.3486  F Edot   W
     0.0000 g Rm     N-s/m                   0.0000 G WorkIn W
     0.0000 h |I|    A                       0.0000 H Volts  V
     0.0000 i Ph(I)  deg                     0.0000 I Amps   A
                                             0.0000 J Ph(V/I) deg
                                         5.2243E+04 K |Px|   Pa
ideal           Solid type                147.31    L Ph(Px) deg
!--------------------------------- 61 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    186.38                    A dB
                                        4.1676E+04                B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 62 ---------------------------------
RPN        what spring constant for mass/spring of PassiveRadiator
     0.0000 a G or T                    5805.7                    A N/m
60e w sqrd *
!--------------------------------- 63 ---------------------------------
RPN        I'll double-check that mass--spring resonance here
     0.0000 a G or T                    408.88                    A Hz
60f 60e / sqrt 2 / pi /
!--------------------------------- 64 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone base diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   17.000   a G or T                    2.2698E-02                A m2 area
                                        0.53407                   B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 65 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone top diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   34.000   a G or T                    9.0792E-02                A m2 area
                                        1.0681                    B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 66 ---------------------------------
CONE       SecondTransmissionResonator
!Made Cone 1.1m from 1m
sameas  64A a AreaI  m^2                 3.0689E+04 A |p|    Pa
sameas  64B b PerimI m                    -32.644   B Ph(p)  deg
    1.1000  c Length m                      0.95495 C |U|    m^3/s
sameas  65A d AreaF  m^2                 -125.06    D Ph(U)  deg
sameas  65B e PerimF m                   1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
 5.0000E-04 f Srough                     -618.66    F Edot   W
ideal           Solid type              
!--------------------------------- 67 ---------------------------------
SURFACE    Right wall of 2ndTransmissionResonator
 9.0792E-02 a Area   m^2                 3.0689E+04 A |p|    Pa
                                          -32.644   B Ph(p)  deg
                                            0.95499 C |U|    m^3/s
                                         -125.12    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type               -632.11    F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 68 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    180.71                    A dB
                                        2.1700E+04                B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 69 ---------------------------------
RPN        dB of gain, from front of driver to here
     0.0000 a G or T                    16.909                    A dB gain
68A 163.8 -
!--------------------------------- 70 ---------------------------------
HARDEND    seal the end
     0.0000 a R(1/z)                     3.0689E+04 A |p|    Pa
     0.0000 b I(1/z)                      -32.644   B Ph(p)  deg
     0.0000 c Htot   W                      0.95499 C |U|    m^3/s
                                         -125.12    D Ph(U)  deg
                                         1.2711E-02 E Htot   W
                                         -632.11    F Edot   W
                                        -5.9611E-03 G R(1/z)
                                        -0.13807    H I(1/z)
!--------------------------------- 71 ---------------------------------
MINOR      minor loss here
sameas  73a a Area   m^2                 7124.7     A |p|    Pa
 5.0000E-02 b K+                          146.09    B Ph(p)  deg
    1.0000  c K-                         1.5324E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
                                         -125.14    D Ph(U)  deg
                                          530.50    E Htot   W
                                            1.1726  F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 72 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = neck diam (cm) 1stLumpRes. A and B are area and perimet
    2.7500  a G or T                    5.9396E-04                A m2 area
                                        8.6394E-02                B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 73 ---------------------------------
DUCT       neck of FirstLumpResonator
sameas  72A a Area   m^2                 9383.8     A |p|    Pa
sameas  72B b Perim  m                    145.61    B Ph(p)  deg
 7.6000E-02 c Length m                   1.2426E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
 5.0000E-04 d Srough                     -125.28    D Ph(U)  deg
                                          530.50    E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type                  0.90117 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 74 ---------------------------------
RPN        some distances in the neighborhood
!diameter of neck, which I assume is circular
!displacement amplitude of gas
     0.0000 a G or T                    2.7500E-02                A m diam
                                        1.9415E-02                B m |xi1|
U1 mag 73a / w / ; 73a 4 * pi / sqrt
!--------------------------------- 75 ---------------------------------
MINOR      minor loss here
sameas  73a a Area   m^2                 9382.7     A |p|    Pa
sameas  71c b K+                          144.91    B Ph(p)  deg
sameas  71b c K-                         1.2426E-02 C |U|    m^3/s
                                         -125.28    D Ph(U)  deg
                                          530.50    E Htot   W
                                            0.1976  F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 76 ---------------------------------
DUCT       body of FirstLumpResonator
 2.2000E-03 a Area   m^2      Mstr       9649.9     A |p|    Pa
    0.16627 b Perim  m        76a         144.90    B Ph(p)  deg
 6.5000E-02 c Length m                   1.8833E-03 C |U|    m^3/s
 5.0000E-04 d Srough                     -125.32    D Ph(U)  deg
                                          530.50    E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type               3.5217E-02 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 77 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    170.66                    A dB
                                        6823.5                    B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 78 ---------------------------------
RPN        Calculate Helmholz resonance freq for neck+body above
!so we can change numbers above to get this close to 343 Hz,
!which I think is Tim's intention.
     0.0000 a G or T                    408.54                    A Hz
73a 76a 76c * / 73c / sqrt a * 2 / pi /
!--------------------------------- 79 ---------------------------------
IESPEAKER  First Passive Radiator
sameas  76a a Area   m^2                  169.97    A |p|    Pa
     0.0000 b R      ohms                 -36.195   B Ph(p)  deg
     0.0000 c L      H                   1.8833E-03 C |U|    m^3/s
     0.0000 d BLProd T-m                 -125.12    D Ph(U)  deg
 5.0000E-03 e M      kg                   530.50    E Htot   W
 3.3000E+04 f K      N/m                 2.9906E-03 F Edot   W
     0.0000 g Rm     N-s/m                   0.0000 G WorkIn W
     0.0000 h |I|    A                       0.0000 H Volts  V
     0.0000 i Ph(I)  deg                     0.0000 I Amps   A
                                             0.0000 J Ph(V/I) deg
                                         9819.8     K |Px|   Pa
ideal           Solid type                -35.121   L Ph(Px) deg
!--------------------------------- 80 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    135.58                    A dB
                                        120.19                    B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 81 ---------------------------------
RPN        what spring constant for mass/spring of PassiveRadiator
     0.0000 a G or T                    5805.7                    A N/m
79e w sqrd *
!--------------------------------- 82 ---------------------------------
RPN        I'll double-check that mass--spring resonance here
     0.0000 a G or T                    408.88                    A Hz
79f 79e / sqrt 2 / pi /
!--------------------------------- 83 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone base diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   17.000   a G or T                    2.2698E-02                A m2 area
                                        0.53407                   B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 84 ---------------------------------
RPN        a = cone top diam (cm). A and B are area and perim.
   34.000   a G or T                    9.0792E-02                A m2 area
                                        1.0681                    B m perim
inp 100 / pi * ; inp 100 / 2 / sqrd pi *
!--------------------------------- 85 ---------------------------------
CONE       SecondTransmissionResonator
sameas  83A a AreaI  m^2                   84.538   A |p|    Pa
sameas  83B b PerimI m                    143.79    B Ph(p)  deg
    1.0000  c Length m                   2.4141E-06 C |U|    m^3/s
sameas  84A d AreaF  m^2                  143.79    D Ph(U)  deg
sameas  84B e PerimF m                    530.50    E Htot   W
 5.0000E-04 f Srough                     1.0204E-04 F Edot   W
ideal           Solid type              
!--------------------------------- 86 ---------------------------------
SURFACE    Right wall of 2ndTransmissionResonator
 9.0792E-02 a Area   m^2                   84.538   A |p|    Pa
                                          143.79    B Ph(p)  deg
                                         7.2422E-13 C |U|    m^3/s
                                          111.26    D Ph(U)  deg
                                          530.50    E Htot   W
ideal           Solid type               2.5808E-11 F Edot   W
!--------------------------------- 87 ---------------------------------
RPN        convert Pa to Pa rms, and then to dB (re 20 microPa rms)
     0.0000 a G or T                    129.51                    A dB
                                        59.777                    B Pa rms
p1 mag 2 sqrt / ; # 20e-6 / log10 20 *
!--------------------------------- 88 ---------------------------------
RPN        dB of gain, from front of driver to here
     0.0000 a G or T                    -42.15                    A dB gain
87A 5A -
!--------------------------------- 89 ---------------------------------
HARDEND    seal the end
     0.0000 a R(1/z)          =89G         84.538   A |p|    Pa
     0.0000 b I(1/z)          =89H        143.79    B Ph(p)  deg
     0.0000 c Htot   W                   7.2422E-13 C |U|    m^3/s
                                          111.26    D Ph(U)  deg
                                          530.50    E Htot   W
                                         2.5808E-11 F Edot   W
                                         3.2074E-11 G R(1/z)
                                        -2.0460E-11 H I(1/z)
! The restart information below was generated by a previous run
! and will be used by DeltaEC the next time it opens this file.
guessz   0d   0e
xprecn -1.2540E-03 -1.9739E-03
targs   89a  89b
hilite 5A 10A 21A 28A 41A 48A 61A 68A 80A 87A 88A
mstr-slave 4 17 -2 37 -2 57 -2 76 -2
! Plot start, end, and step values.  May be edited if you wish.
! Outer Loop:                       | Inner Loop .