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Compensated pulsed alternator

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  1. also known by the contraction compulsator, a form of power supply

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  2. As the name suggests, it is an alternator that is "compensated" (see below) to make it better at delivering pulses of electrical energy than a normal alternator

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  3. Compulsators are popular choices for high-end railgun power supplies

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  4. The principle is very similar to an alternator, except that the rotor is usually kept spinning by its inertia (having been "spun up" by an external motor, or the compulsator itself having been used in reverse as an AC motor) and the small matter of t

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  5. Jason Rollette's Compulsator page

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