CAP

By Buddy Paul Quantum Energy

To make life better and increase the output, incorporating a cap into the equation has a projected elevation of performance. Upfront it will require more capital, that is not just a pun on the word CAP, it will cost more but the amount of product will increase. With the extra capital cost operational costs will increase also. Next testing will collect data to find the percentile increase of production vs the new overall debits. Elevation of the added expenses of the increased items of total inventory of complete product also the equations of reliability or points of failure also increase. We can add 1 point for the CAP itself and 2 points for the inline connections. Now the next item is a little more complex and we can take several different views on how much it will increase the overall operational debit of operation, or it may in fact become a asset which is good for all. Three is a easy number to plug into the equation for additional hardware the ramifications of operational cost and reliability will be discussed in depth now so we can have a simple number like the number 3 to input into the complete equation.

Operation cost is based on electrical current consumed, and the product made for this extra feature, as stated earlier hardware addition is easy and accounted for. Now we have additional current passing and cost of electricity along with life expectancy. We can make a numerical list of each starting with 3 new major items for operation impact with a unknow number of each of the new 3 items. The simple answer may be another solid 3, or it could after analysis and testing it go down to negative, no impact or up to a much higher number a massive benefit is also possible. So, let’s look at the 3 new major items one at a time in depth. Let’s start with item 1 current flow.

The term "cap" is not clearly defined. It's unclear what the cap is or how it functions. CAP is short for Capacitor. What is a Capacitor?

A capacitor is an electronic component that stores electrical energy. It consists of two conductive plates separated by an insulating material (dielectric). When a voltage is applied, one plate accumulates a positive charge, while the other accumulates a negative charge. There aren't specific "AC" and "DC" capacitors. The distinction lies in how capacitors are used rather than in their construction. The primary distinction between AC and DC capacitors lies in their polarity and construction.

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