I need to discharge a lot a energy in a short time from a capacitor, I don't have the numbers yet, but my question is if the power of a capacitor is limited for some others parameters of this.
Theoretically the energy stored depends of the capacity of the capacitor and the time of discharge can be adjusted with a resistance in order to change it. With this parameters I can obtain the power that the capacitor will give.
I'm trying to "power" a tungsten filament, like a light bulb, in order to transfer the energy for a chemical reaction, also I want to transfer a few Joules in a few nanoseconds.
Should I consider another parameters for this problem?