Design and Development of Impeller Synergic Systems of Electromagnetic Type to Levitation/Suspension Flight of Symmetrical Bodies
Francisco Bulnes, Juan Carlos Maya, Isaías Martínez
DOI: 10.4236/jemaa.2012.41006   PDF    HTML   XML   5,804 Downloads   8,989 Views   Citations


Using certain models of twistor surfaces for fields of force and the mathematical relationships that lie among fields, lines, surfaces and flows of energy, it has been designed and developed a flight electromagnetic type system based on the synergic study of their electromagnetic field geodesics to generate vehicle levitation, suspension and movement without being in contact with the surface. The idea of such work is to obtain a new flight and impulse patent of an electromagnetic vehicle by principles of super-conduction and some laws of the current like Eddy currents and principles which are very similar to mechanics of sidereal objects like galaxies or stars under models of twistor surfaces. This vehicle will be controlled by one microchip that will be programmed by conscience operators algebra of electromagnetic type that leads to the flow of Eddy currents, the iso-rotations and suspension of the special geometrical characteristics vehicle, generating also on the vehicle structure certain “magnetic conscience” that provokes all movements like succeeding to the sidereal objects in the universe.

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F. Bulnes, J. Maya and I. Martínez, "Design and Development of Impeller Synergic Systems of Electromagnetic Type to Levitation/Suspension Flight of Symmetrical Bodies," Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 4 No. 1, 2012, pp. 42-52. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2012.41006.

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