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### Author Topic: Antigravity Device??  (Read 12432 times)

#### profitis

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##### Re: Antigravity Device??
« Reply #15 on: November 18, 2017, 07:58:27 AM »
The shear simplicity

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##### Re: Antigravity Device??
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#### x_name41

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##### Re: Antigravity Device??
« Reply #16 on: November 28, 2017, 03:54:50 AM »
I point out some basic sample features, that which refer to the idea of using asymmetric capacitors for propulsion of an electric car or other electric vehicle (as i pointed out in the forum on a Tesla Motors)

Asymmetric capacitor working characteristics:
Reactive Voltage= 65000V
Reactive Current=20A
Reactive Power=1300kVar
Capacitance=1nF

Inductor characteristics:
Inductance=10mH
Inductor resistance=60mOhm
Inductor weight= ~45-50kg

Resonant frequency: arround 50kHz

Power consumption from the power supply: ~36watts

at 1300kVar lifting force it will be 1300kg (at 1watts=1grams)
for 4 asymmetric capacitors the total lifting force will be 5200kg at a total power consumption from the power supply around 144 watts

and the basic circuit with ZVS: http://tinyurl.com/yagngyen