ElectroCeramics Energy and Propulsion
Acoustio-optical resonant refrigeration in self-oscillating ceramic waveguide structure.
The dominating factor in realizing ambient superconductor technology lies mostly with the technique of cooling a selective and predetermined recipe of ceramic materials.
Moreover selectively shaping the ceramic material into a waveguide structure a self-cooling mechanism can be realized via standing wave interactions with said waveguide comprised of selective temperature firing in combination with the compositional properties comprising a predetermined ceramic waveguide structure and the selective compositional recipe comprising the ceramic structure.
Electroceramics are materials that have been specifically formulated for electrical, electro-magnetic, or optical properties. They include ferrite ceramics and garnets. Ferrites are ferrimagnetic oxides with dielectric and magnetic properties that are useful for microwave applications.
These properties make ferrite materials useful in the construction of tuned oscillators. Yttrium iron garnets generally in the form of spheres are used to filter microwaves and as transmitters and transducers of acoustic energy.
A YIG oscillator is a microwave oscillator whose frequency is controlled by uniform magnetic field. Typically, an electromagnet is used to provide this field and subsequently, a DC current can be used to control the oscillator’s frequency. The relationship between the current and frequency is very linear, making an excellent current-controlled oscillator.
The goal is to have all the electrons oscillating at the same frequency and only a uniform magnetic field within said circuitry would create this condition. Comprising a system for conversion/extraction of usable energy from the vacuum of space utilizing high frequency quantum magneto-electric radiation energy known as cavity vacuum fluctuations via standing wave waveguide structures and converting same into electrical energy via 3-phase transformer coils capable of powering an ElectroGravitic propulsion system and too power onboard guidance systems etc.
Energy extracted from within ambient environment having a desired voltage and backward oscillating waveform and thereby energize a system of over-mode cavity structures via Poynting vector modulations comprising a plasma propulsion systems.
Additionally In an externally winged craft comprising a selectively shaped standing-wave cohesive fuselage and means for providing lift and propulsion for a space-vessel via drag utilization known as antagonistic drag. Said space-vessel selectively shaped to enhance span-wise flow and vortices too utilize same whilst preventing tip stall or the formation of antagonistic drag forces at speeds above and beyond the supersonic envelope e.g. light speed.
A prototype is shown comprising an optically pumped cavity resonator power modulator 8 affixed to a suitable PCB 5 a primary choke coil 6 a secondary YIG tuned tank circuit 15 a pair of YIG cavity structures 7 and 9 vacuum filled cavity structures 12 and 14 a 3-phase coil 16 16A and 16B also shown in the drawings FIG. 2 space vessel 14 which is designed to take advantage of span-wise fluidic flow in the formation of standing wave formations at each wing-tip 31 and 32 a wide body delta configuration 34, 36, 49 and the rear of the craft 44.
Photo shows battery powered radio controlled version undergoing construction.
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