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Offline jaiii

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Can a magnetic gravity field be created?
« on: 31/01/2014 12:39:40 »
Hey.

I have questions about Gravity Magnetism:

Imagine that we have a toroid of superconducting material, which is hollow inside and the cavity is iron pylint.
Are wound on a toroid coil L1 L2 L3.

L1 electric current of 500 A number of revolutions in 1000 and phase of 0 degrees.
L2 500 1000 120 .
L3 500 1000 240 .
These values ​​can be set as desired.

Coils produce a rotating magnetic field.
The magnetic field rotates sawdust.
The whole is placed in a vacuum.

1 Can be created Gravity-magnetic field?
2, There will be space-time curvature?

Thank you.
« Last Edit: 02/02/2014 22:34:25 by chris »


 

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Re: magneto-gravitaty
« Reply #1 on: 01/02/2014 02:24:02 »
I am trying to imagine the configuration - it's not clear if (1) the coils at different angles are mounted at different physical angles on the toroid, or (2) connected to a three-phase electrical supply with the normal 120 degree phase angles?

(1) in a normal ferromagnetic toroid, the magnetic flux will pass around the entire toroid, without much impact from the physical position of the coils. On the other hand, a superconducting toroid will repel any external magnetic field, independent of the physical location of the coils.

(2) In a three-phase electrical supply, the magnetic flux of the three phases will cancel out in the toroid.

I think that three coils wrapped around the toroid could produce a reversing magnetic field in a ferromagnetic toroid, but I think the coil arrangement would need to be more like a three-phase electric motor to produce a rotating magnetic field.

It would need to be a very strong magnetic field to move sawdust, even in a vacuum.

1. I am not aware of any gravity effect beyond that caused by the mass of the components.
2. I am not aware of any space-time curvature beyond that caused by the mass of the components.
 

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Re: magneto-gravitaty
« Reply #2 on: 01/02/2014 08:45:19 »
Thank you for your comments.

1 Coils of the stator core consists of three-phase motors.
2.Rotor forms a hollow cylinder inside the 3-phase stator.
3.Cievky stator are involved in the triangle.
4 It is not necessary that the stator ferrite or superconductors.
5.In the rotor is located pylint ferromagnetic: 2/3 mateerial and third vacuum.
6.Coils can be adjusted as needed.
7.engine in a vacuum.

1.Rotacne gravitational field will create a rotation pylint.
2.Land me create the gravito-magnetism by an electromagnetic torque of London, who discovered and proved in laboratory ESA Prof.Doctor Martin Tajmar.
 
I hope this clarification will suffice.

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