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Author Topic: Electro-magnetic Pascal definition ( EMdrive )  (Read 5587 times)

Offline tesla2

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Electro-magnetic Pascal definition ( EMdrive )
« on: August 11, 2014, 01:54:31 PM »

EMdrive has got chamber {cubic  meter = m^3 }

Inside Chamber we have EM source  = Energy [ Joule]

Joule/ m ^3  = Newton * m / m^3  = Newton/m^2  ( Electro - magnetic Pascal )

Below test You can repeat in home

More in EN ( I'm using name Newton below link to forum )

PL - my home

Test który może wykonać w domu Każdy

silnik ma komore  [ metr sześcienny  m^3 ]

wewnątrz komory jest źródło fal EM - energia [ Joul ]

Joul/ metr ^3  = Newton * metr / metr^3  = Newton/metr^2  ( mamy Paskale elektro - magnetyczne )

I'm Inventor from poland
I love create ( design it is my passion not obssesion )
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Re: Electro-magnetic Pascal definition ( EMdrive )
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2015, 09:50:25 PM »
If you are talking about EM waves pushing on objects, than maybe you would like to check Prof. Dr. John Branderburg. He has a similar theory and he is working on practical implementation. Theory originates from a Russian scientist Sakharov and from Kaluza-Kleins version of Relativity.

As well, you might want to check this: