Subject of project: research on methods of gravity impulse generation and detection.
The goal is to develop experimental setup and technology for creation of gravity impulses.
The tasks are to design experimental setup, which include high voltage source of electric impulses, high tmperature superconductor materials, mass (weight) balance and detectors of force interaction.
Analysis of previous experimental and theoretical data made by Alexander V. Frolov in Faraday Lab Ltd allows to assume that gravity related effects resulting from changes of density of the Bose condensate. Experiment described by Podkletnov and Modanese is one of methods to produce rapid change of the phase in all Bose condensate of the HTCS target to create short powerful gravitational pulse.
The nature of this gravitational pulse
can be described here as longitudinal wave in aether. By this approach
we can see analogy with Tesla experiments. Also we can see that impulse
gravity generator by Podkletnov and Modanese is development of Morton beam
generator, which used electric spark between charged ball and metal plate
to produce “Morton force beam”. Powerful force effect in HTCS case can
be explained by coherent behavior of Bose condensate that produce “laser
effect” since it is similar to coherent photon emission in laser.
Experiments are planned:
Fig.1 is planned scheme of experiment on
mass (weight) changes detection. YBa2Cu3O7-x as HTSC material is
planned. High voltage (HV) source of 10KV - 500KV is planned here to produce
electric discharge between vertical electrode and HTSC material.
Fig. 2 is scheme of planned experiment
on detection of force interaction. It is planned to detect directed beam
of force interaction along line of electric discharge, which will be created
between target of HTSC material and HV electrode.
Planned results are:
Note: The beam divergence of an electromagnetic beam is an angular measure of the increase in beam diameter with distance from the optical aperture or antenna aperture from which the electromagnetic beam emerges. The term is relevant only in the "far field", away from any focus of the beam. Practically speaking, however, the far field can commence physically close to the radiating aperture, depending on aperture diameter and the operating wavelength.
It is planned to prove that gravity beam divergence is very small and this advantage can be applied for telecommunication and other applications.
Practical application: This technology can be applied for telecommunication equipment and new laser-like weapon. Advantages are small divergense of beam. Energy losses for the case of small divergence are small. Also the gravity beam can not be screened by metal screen to compare with electromagentic telecommunication methods.
Stages of SRW:
1. Documentation, designing, production of experimental test bench 6 months
2. Experimenting and reporting 3 months
3. Join tests with Customer, reporting 1 month