PHOTONIC - ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE TRANSMISSION & CONVERSION PROPULSION (Method 15b)
“Antigravity” Method 15b of 15 – PHOTONIC - ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE TRANSMISSION & CONVERSION PROPULSION (Method 15B) Group VIA
ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE CONVERSION PROPULSION Methodology can be achieved mechanically or electrically, and can be broken down further into three subdivisions:-
a) Direct Mechanical Conversion, b) Electrical Conversion and c) Mechanical Pressure Electric Conversion.
Type a) Direct Mechanical Conversion example include Solar thermal rockets which could make use of solar power to directly heat reaction mass, and therefore does not require an electrical generator as most other forms of solar-powered propulsion do.
The engine thrust is directly related to the surface area of the solar collector and to the local intensity of the solar radiation. The device shown is a good example of a solar thermal rocket.
Type c) Mechanical Pressure Electric Conversion Propulsion has already been described in Method 15a but grouped here as well because the electrical energy required for laser propulsion can be converted from solar cells or other devices in space. Masers could be used to power a painted conventional solar sail, with a layer of chemicals designed to evaporate when struck by microwave radiation.
Type b) Electrical conversion examples include solar cells that receive electromagnetic radiation mainly in the visible spectrum and convert it into electrical energy that can then power a propulsive force.
Electromagnetic radiation including ‘light’ is a self propagating wave with both magnetic and electrical components. Radio waves are also Electromagnetic waves of much lower frequency than visible light.
Wireless power transfer by resonant inductive coupling with a continuous wave MF (Medium Frequency-short wave) oscillator. (Tesla Coil)
Continuing on from the right and towards the visible light spectrum, we now move from LF to MF, the Medium Frequency Band, which is slightly higher than the Medium Wave (MW) radio band, and within the shortwave region, a frequency of approximately 2.2 MHz.
This small Tesla coil a fairly typical air core design is of a type that was originally developed by Tesla to be used for wireless power transmission and reception.
This particular coil is powered by a primary high-voltage source of 5000VRMS at only 15 Watts, contains some high voltage capacitors, and a quenched spark gap which self oscillates the primary circuit at a rate that equals the operating frequency required to excite the LC (inductance-capacitance) tank circuit, with periodic bursts of high frequency current. The multiple-layer primary helical coil is tuned to resonate at the same frequency as the secondary LC circuit. Excited by resonant inductive coupling, creating a dual-tuned resonant air-core transformer. The secondary elevated helical coil is connected to the terminal capacitance or "top load" sphere. The terminal capacitance forms one 'plate' of a capacitor, the ground or earth becomes the other 'plate' and is capable of continuous wave oscillation of non-radiating electromagnetic field energy, which a Tesla coil receiver is designed to receive. I now put the secondary back, which is a grounded quarter wave tuned secondary coil, and have on the other side of the room a virtually identical receiver coil which is in resonance with the transmitter. In this system devised by Tesla, a connection to the earth is essential, and the receiver coil shown is illuminating a combination of common GLS 240V 15W mains voltage and low voltage light sources that includes a 14W Fluorescent lamp, the receiver is energized through the earth while an equivalent electrical displacement occurs in the air. It was an extension of the transmission through a single wire without return that convinced Tesla that distance was of no consequence and energy could be conveyed from one to any point of the globe, in any desired amount.