J. Tritschler

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In the last few years, there has been a very high interest in inductive charging systems for electric vehicles, as they have many advantages compared to cable connected solutions. The power rating of most of these systems is kept around 3.3 kW, which leads to very long charging times. The following paper presents an inductive charging system rated for a(More)
We reply to a recent critique by Enright in Naturwissenschaften [1] on our Scheunen experiment performed as part of a research program on dowsing [2, 3]. Our contention had been that the size of the effect observed in this particular experiment was small but highly significant. Enright reviews our design and procedure in high terms (the largest carefully(More)
The authors report a case of non-familial amyloid neuropathy in which there was sensory-motor neuropathy of the 4 limbs, multiple lesions in the cranial nerves, and large subcutaneous amyloid deposits. Biopsy samples showed the presence of amyloid deposits in the interstitial tissues, the vessel walls in the muscle hypodermis, and in the bone marrow. A(More)
For automotive battery charging, the series-series compensated inductive power transmission shows a lot of advantages compared to other compensation techniques. As shown in many recent [1], [2] and older publications, the main advantages are the independency of the secondary current from the load at resonant frequency and the zero phase shift between(More)
Autonomous Control Modes and Optimized Path Guidance for Shipboard Landing in High Sea States Progress Report (CDRL A001) Progress Report for Period: April 10, 2015 to July 9, 2015 PI: Joseph F. Horn 814-865-6434 joehorn@psu.edu Penn State University Co-PI: John Tritschler (301) 995-1637 john.tritschler@navy.mil U.S. Naval Test Pilot School Co-PI: Chengjian(More)
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