reply to post by pluckynoonez
Hi Plucky, thanks for looking, I've seen you around and followed some of your posts & threads, I'm not here to impress just share some thoughts or
So, here's my new post for the day re: a magnetic turbine engine extra/terrestrial applications (with/without air)
3 or more toroid rings of decreasing diameter stacked within a frictionless bearing unit (using opposite poles for mag-lev stability features) to be
setup in a similar manner as a jet engine. Each toroid is run on AC and each ring pairing will have an opposite valence to the adjacent ring.
By creating opposite eletrical valences between the rings and then rotating these rings, the sub particles should flow in opposite directions as the
subparicles are pulled from one ring and pushed to the next ring.
As each ring needs to have sequential AC, the purpose of which is to strip sub-particles in oppossite directions, more energy output can be achieved
as the stripped electrons can be focussed via a venturi effect.
Each toroid ring is attached within a magnetec turbine cage, the turbines have 1 rotating plate floating via opposite magnetic poles to provide
eletricity induction to perform the following;
A. Controllable ignition source within a plasma field, the force-fed air is compressed through the last ring, the last ring comprises the plasma
B. The magnetic turbine cages compresses the incoming airflow (terrestrial useage)
C. The magnetic turbine cages rotate the toroid coils producing electro-static torque, focussing this (d/dt through N) and providing some feedack
D. The magnetic turbine cages.
E. The power source is induction.
G. Once O2 has been depleted enough electromagnetic potential should have been reached to allow for fission. (eg; fuel needed to fly to Moon - 1
H. Fission will be reached when static torque multiplied by the electromagnetic field achieves terminal velocity.
I. This is when the high-weirdness begins as the motor can also be used as an over-unity device.
This has taken about 6 hours to design - all in my head.
Hope I don't give too many people headaches today.