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Author Topic: Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 19  (Read 1800 times)

Offline seraphis

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Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 19
« on: October 30, 2018, 07:28:36 PM »
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Problem to be solved;
Conventional cells are used and discarded, or if recharged, cannot be employed for long periods of time continuously.

In the present invention, a grid collects electrons from electromagnetic radiation from space, and beat frequency electromagnetic radiation is generated from the micro-oscillations of the crystals due to the Casimir effect and the resonance of the grid, which is converted into practical electricity by employing gold (sphere) and a magnetic coil.

Because the cells envisaged by the present invention are charged by collecting electrons from space, the cells envisaged by the present invention are able to supply electricity semipermanently, and the operation of charging does not arise.

This makes possible semipermanent use.

Claim 1.
In the cell envisaged by the present invention, a grid is employed to collect electrons present in space. A device for generating electricity employing such grid

Claim 2.
The grid may for example be a plurality of square layers. In such cases, the clearance between individual layers is (up to 1/1000 mm). By this means, a faint resonance arises in the square shapes of the magnetic crystals. In this manner the device causes oscillation without the application of external force.

Claim 3.
The magnetic crystals that oscillate faintly as described resonate with the surrounding grid and generated electrical energy. Thus the device is a generator of electrical energy through the resonant action between the crystals and the grid.

Claim 4.
In order to convert the electrical energy that fluctuates greatly when viewed on a time axis into electrical energy that we can employ in a normal manner, the device employs a gold (sphere) and magnetic coil.

Detailed Description of the Invention
Relevant area of industry;
This device is a type of cell or electricity generator.

Prior art;
Cells of the prior art are consumable items, most of them being disposed of after use.

Moreover, while reusable cells that can be recharged exist, but such cell suffer the inconvenience that they must be recharged after a certain duration of use.

Problems addressed by the present invention;
Such cells of the prior art are discarded after use or are rechargeable type cells, and either possess relatively short service lives or must be recharged, and are most inconvenient for long-term use.

Means employed in order to resolve these problems;
Figure 1 shows a schematic drawing of an embodiment of the cell envisaged by the present invention. Figure 1 can be broadly divided into three parts.

Figure 2 is a cross section of the magnetic crystals of the first part and the grid and the magnetic coil. The grid that is disposed in the middle of the magnetic crystals is square as shown in Figure 2, and the clearance is of the order of 1/10000 mm. By bringing these two substances into close proximity, the Casimir effect produces power, and the magnetic crystals resonate faintly.

Figure 2 shows that the grids are placed in pairs on the magnetic crystals. First, the grid collect electrons from space, and these form the incident electromagnetic waves (primary electromagnetic waves) that fall on the magnetic crystals, moving from the grid to the magnetic crystals. The incident electromagnetic waves are synchronized with the magnetic crystals that are resonating due to the Casimir effect, and give rise to new electromagnetic waves (secondary electromagnetic waves).

Such secondary electromagnetic waves oscillate at a rather lower frequency than the primary electromagnetic waves. The electromagnetic waves having such frequencies form the output electromagnetic waves from the magnetic crystals, resonate with the surrounding grids and generate electrical energy.

In Figure 1, the magnetic coil indicated by 4 is a non-induction coil.

The electrical energy that is generated by the foregoing process is obtained through resonance, and hence the polarity of the electricity changes in a very highly random manner.

For that reason, it cannot be employed for the electric power we normally use.

The gold (sphere) and magnetic coil are employed to convert the electrical energy that fluctuates greatly into a form that can be employed in a normal manner. The magnetic coil converts the electrical energy generated by the aforementioned resonance through the action of the coil into electricity that can be employed in a normal manner. Because the electrical energy fluctuates very greatly along the time axis, the generation and extinction of the magnetic flux values produced by the current occur in an extreme manner, and hence electricity is generated in the coil.

This electricity generates electrical energy that can be employed for the electric power we normally use.

Because the cell envisaged by the present invention takes in the manner described the electrons electromagnetically radiated from space, recharging is not required and it is possible for electricity to flow semipermanently.

Such cells have a broad range of applications. Because the amount of electricity obtained varies according to the size of the system, the desired amount of electricity can be obtained, and if such cells were employed as the batteries for electric motor vehicles, such motor vehicles would not require filling with fuel. If larger systems than at present were built, it would be possible to replace existing nuclear and thermal power stations.

Simplified description of the drawings

Figure 1  Schematic drawing of the cell
Figure 2  Cross-sectional drawing

Explanation of symbols

1….Copper plate,
2….Gold (sphere),
3….Grid (seven layers),
4….Magnetic coil,
5….Magnetic crystal