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Process for creating anti-gravity effects

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DE4324640A1
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Illobrand Ludwiger
Theodor Auerbach
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Description

As before, Burkhard Heim's (1980, 1984) Unified Quantum Field Theory has gone unnoticed by those skilled in the art, despite the fact that this theory provides the most predictions for verifiable tests of any similar theories currently under discussion. Since Heim's theory has not been refuted in any single point by experimental findings (be it particle physical, quantum theoretical or astrophysical), it should be taken seriously. The risk of overlooking important consequences for practice and for technological development is by far higher than the risk of having grappled with a theory that is possibly still imperfect or incorrect.
Indeed, indications of manipulating gravity could be found in this theory.
The point is that when the 6-dimensional system of equations is projected into the 4-dimensional space-time, Maxwell's equations occur which are expanded by 2 field quantities, namely the gravitational field strength vector Γ and the meso field vector μ (Auerbach 1983, Heim 1985 ):
E = electric field strength,
H = magnetic field strength in a vacuum,
B₀ = magnetic flux in the core,
Γ = induced gravitational field,
μ = meso field,
ε₀ = vacuum influence constant = 8,854 × 10-12 farad / m),
α = gravitational influence constant of the room (α = 1 / 4πγ = 1.19 × 10 ′ s² kg / m³) *),
γ = gravitational constant (γ = 6.67 × 10-11 m³ / s²kg),
β = 9 / 16αc² (β = 5.24 × 10-27 m / kg),
c = speed of light = 3 × 10³m / s).
Fig. 9 shows antigravity field lines relative to the earth. Γz = Vertical component of the antigravity field.
This figure already indicates that
  • 1. how a magnetic flux should be generated by rotating an electric field, also by rotating masses,
  • 2. Conversely, a temporally variable magnetic field would have to induce not only electricity but also gravity.
The reason why these effects have not been taken into account so far is the very small size of the coupling constant.
In preliminary tests, attempts were made to rotate a ceramic cylinder on a helium gas cushion in a vacuum and to register the desired magnetic field with SQUID magnetometers (see Fig. 1).
Astrophysical observations suggest that the gravimagnetic effect must be shown, according to which the magnetic field strengths of rotating celestial bodies are a (heuristic) function of the angular momentum (Fig. 2).
The estimates showed that the so-called Barnett effect would also produce magnetic fields during the rotation of the cylinder, which could not have been separated or distinguished from those generated by the rotating mass.
Fig. 3 shows a construction in which a hollow cylinder 7 made of a non-conductive material around the arm 2 a closed yoke 3 Made of highly permeable material, it can be rotated 7 is. The other yoke arm 4 carries a coil 5in which the magnetic field is generated. The cylinder and wires are shielded by copper 6 surrounded to shield electrical stray fields. (The generated electric field is 10 to the power of 10 times stronger than the induced gravitational field Γ).
The torque Tmthat on the cylinder 1 acts is
(with f (t) = 1 e-λt = Switch-on time function for the ballistic experiment,
r = coil radius = 5 cm,
M = mass of the cylinder = 0.1 kg,
B = static magnetic field, B (t) = B₀f (t),
The deflection of the ballistic galvanometer R (t) results in
where I is the moment of inertia of the cylinder and the torsional constant of the wire. For r₀²B = 0.5 m² Tesla there would be a deflection of
T (max) ≈ 2 · 10-6 wheel 0.43 ″
If the time course is chosen so that a resonance arises between the magnetic field and the cylinder, so that its oscillation increases continuously, the time function is chosen for the oscillation experiment
R.Max(n) = 5.9 x 10-9 tn wheel
n = 1, 2, 3,. . .
and a shift of the light beam at 250x magnification of 2.9x10-3tn mm in the field of view of the microscope.
With x≈810-8 kg m² / s² kg m² / s² and M = 0.15 kg is I = 3.68 x 10-4 kg m². After 17 oscillations it is tn ≈ 3700 s ≈ 1 hour. After this time, a displacement of 10.8 mm can be observed in the microscope.
If one assumes that the last-mentioned experiment was confirmed, one should think of a technical yield from the generation of antigravity. Antigravity does not mean a field with opposing field lines from a source with negative field energy, but the suitable superposition of interacting gravitational fields.
How such a generator could be constructed and what degree of efficiency it should have was suggested by Prof. Auerbach.
Result: When using counter-rotating magnetic fields, which are generated by currents of the order of 10⁵ A Wdg, weight reductions of 23 grams can be achieved.
This means that gravity cannot be canceled out in technological magnitudes, at least not with the construction on which Auerbach is based. But the proof that antigravity could in principle be generated would bring about a tremendous surge in technological innovation and shift the problems from theoretical to technological intelligence.
The basic idea will be shown in the following. Since gravity is a unipolar force, antigravity can only arise if the gravitational field could be made into a dipole field. In this case the material carrier of the gravitational dipole field could repel itself from the earthly gravitational field like a magnetic dipole in a strong homogeneous magnetic field.
In a cylindrical or toroidal core, a strong magnetic field is generated by alternating current, which, according to Heim, induces a gravitational field (and a strong electric field). (Since the induced electric field only acts on charge carriers, it can be neglected in the further calculation.) The equation remains to be solved
with the coupling constant b, which is extremely small:
ε₀ = vacuum influence constant (ε₀ = 8.854 × 10-12 As / V m),
α = gravitational influence constant of the room (α = 1.19 × 10⁹ kg · s² / m³).
A mass m induces an equally small gravitational field, expressed by the gravitational constant γ
(γ = 6.67 × 10-11 m³ / s²kg)
b ≈ 0.5 γ.
The field lines of run perpendicular to the alternating current. The field lines of Γ are perpendicular to those of. The Fig. 10 and 11 show two possible arrangements for generating an antigravity field.
The solution of (5) follows the solution approach for the Maxwell equation system according to Stratton (1941) using the Hertzian vector function π. If the fields G and C from (2) are expressed by Π,
so the equations can be written as follows:
The gravitational field spreads from the magnet at the speed of light c. This wave equation is solved in the right-angled coordinate system (i, j, k) (Fig. 4). Where r is the radius vector to the point at which Π is calculated; ρ is the radius vector to the field point of (ρ, t) inside the core. Thiefc-Field lines are circles around the z-axis tangential to the surface of the core. The field lines in the outer space disappear. The field lines in the core are
This equation is solved for sinusoidal and cosinusoidal currents I (t). A single component of Π satisfies the equation
The expansion holds for r <ρ
with Ωρ= Unit vector along ρ and the Bessel functions
J and H are Bessel and Hankel functions, respectively. With the plausible assumption r »ρ it is sufficient to consider only the first two terms in (13):
This equation leads to the dipole approximation of G and C. The Hertz vector becomes:
The double integral in it is multiplied by 2π the volume V of the nucleus, regardless of the shape. This results in
The Π function for sine and cosine currents are then
The following relationships result for the field vectors G and C:
The fields G and C are perpendicular to each other.
The unit vectors in spherical coordinates are i, i, i expressed in rectangular coordinates i, j, k
i₁ = i sinRcosΦ + j sinRsinΦ + k cosR
i₂ = i cosRcosΦ + j cosRsinΦ - k sinR
i₃ = -i sinΦ + jcosΦ (22)
Equations (20) and (21) are called:
The vertical component of the induced gravitational field Γz is given by
The mean force is zero, the cos ωt alternates between positive and negative values. The occurrence of the wave number k = ω / c in (25) is the reason for the wave nature of the field.
The time dependency must be eliminated by constructive measures.
It is proposed according to the invention to cancel the field oscillation by rotating the magnet at the same frequency as the field with a phase difference of 90 ° (Fig. 5).
As a result, an additional factor appears in the force equations, which turns ωcos ωt into ωcos ω²t, i.e. a term that retains its sign. If two magnets rotating against each other are used, the force F is directly proportional to ω
F ≈ ω (sin²ωt + cos²ω) = w. (26)
For technical reasons, the angular frequency of the magnets rotating against one another cannot be selected to be very high. Occurring gyroscopic effects no longer occur. During a sinusoidal current through solenoid 1 flows, flows through coil 2 a cosine current. Fig. 12 shows two magnets rotating in opposite directions.
The total fields of both rotating magnets are
G = GS. + Gc
C = CS. + Cc. (27)
The field lines of G in the y, z-plane are in Fig. 6 for a wave number k = 2.73 · 10-7m-1 true to scale and in Fig. 7 for k = 1.56 10-6 m-1 drawn schematically. The circle field lines that separate antigravitative from gravitational zones occur when the condition
is satisfied. This is z. B. the case for
kr = 2.798386, 6.121250, 9.317866, 12.486454, 15.644128.
So there are standing waves in the interior of the earth, like the dashed line in Fig. 7 indicates. The inner zone in Fig. 6 is predominantly repulsive; H. antigravity, as the arrows show.
The meso field μ only acts on masses moved with ω, on which it causes a Lorenzt-like force
and is not considered further here. The vertical component of the gravitational field is with
expressed in spherical coordinates:
The time-dependent terms do not contribute to the integral over the earth because cosΦ, integrated from 0 to 2π, results in zero. An oscillating gravitational force Γ occurs perpendicular to the axis of rotationx on:
The side oscillation can be eliminated by a 2nd pair of counter-oscillating magnets, which are adjusted by 180 ° relative to the 1st pair.
When the gravitational field is generated, according to (1), a strong electric field occurs, which contains stationary terms and terms oscillating with ω.
To find out the actual force acting on the magnet, Γ isz with the mean density ρm to multiply the earth (ρm = 5500 kg / m³) and to integrate over the volume:
D = diameter of the earth (D = 1.2757 × 10⁷ m),
h = height of the magnet above the surface of the earth,
Fig. 13 shows a coordinate system for deriving the vertical component of the gravitational dipole field Γz.
The execution of the integration delivers
The course of this function is in Fig. 8, whereby both scales are enlarged by a factor of 10⁷.
The dependence of g (k, h) on the height h is negligible up to about h = 100 km. Positive values ​​of g (k, h) lead to antigravity, negative values ​​to gravity. The first maximum is at
at the wavelength λ = 2.3 · 10⁷ m.
In the mega heart area, the maximums do not increase. Therefore, the angular velocity should be ω = c · k = 13.03 Hz.
To estimate the technologically possible anti-gravity effect in this way, the following assumptions are made:
(= 60 A per wire with 1 mm² Ø and 10,000 turns). These values ​​are already extrapolated into the future and would provide a force:
F = -2.84 × 10⁵g (k, h). (37)
1. Maximum for g (k, h) = 8,194 × 10-7 m-1. It follows
F = 0.233 Newton = 23.3 g weight force (38)
The antigravity force is able to lift around 23 g. The vertical component of the gravitational field is below the rotating magnets
The electric field beneath the magnets would
be. Its field lines would run parallel to the gravitational field.
The weakness of the antigravity field should not be overestimated. The effect is large enough to be able to be registered experimentally with lower magnetic field strengths.Once the effect has been proven, the perfecting up to practical applications seems to be a purely technological problem (whereby a completely new production of extremely strong magnetic fields would have to be considered, etc.).

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1. A method for generating anti-gravity effects by rotating two, side by side rotatably arranged, coaxially and oppositely rotating magnetic fields in the form of z. B. electromagnets with each other parallel, z. B. overlapping magnetic field planes of rotation, with a rotation phase difference of about 90 ° between the magnetic fields and the magnetic fields are each generated with an alternating voltage energy that corresponds to their rotational frequency, and the force field resulting from the two magnetic fields becomes a directed gravitational field whose strength depends on the applied magnetic field strength.
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