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    Beer Overview of Spin Wave Technology

    Explains Gravity, Inertia and Zero Point Energy.

    The DoD does not want you to know!! Applications include power generation,communication,signal processing and propulsion.





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    Ferromagnetism explained. There is evidence of anamoulous energy from ferromagnetic resonance.


    Electronic Interactions and Spin-orbit coupling

    Professor Giuliani has been recently interested in understanding the concomitant effects of the electronic interactions and spin-orbit coupling in two-dimensional electronic systems.


    The many capabilities in sample growth and low temperature transport measurement of the experimental component of the Physics of Semiconductors Group at Purdue have been functional to the development of what for me is a new field of research, that of the still unfathomed and exciting physical behavior of interacting electrons in the presence of spin-orbit coupling.


    Spin-orbit coupling

    One of the most intriguing relativistic effects that manifest themselves in condensed matter systems (the old-fashioned name being solids) is that of the coupling between the orbital motion and the electron intrinsic angular momentum, its spin. This phenomenon is referred to as the spin-orbit coupling. While in most situations “spin space” and “real space” are totally oblivious of each other, this interaction causes the two to become intermingled. The physical origin of this coupling lies in the fact that in its frame of reference a whirling electron does see as time varying the electric field generated by charges that are stationary in the lab frame. Since a time varying electric field begets a magnetic field, a magnetic coupling to the electron spin ensues. It is then clear how the magnitude of the effect depends on the local electric field, i.e. on how rapidly the potential energy seen by an electron during its orbital adventures is varying in space. For this reason the phenomenon is usually associated with materials made out of heavy atoms whose nuclei contain a large number of protons which in turn can produce strong local electric fields. Quite remarkably similar local electric fields can also be produced within the periodic structure of some crystals (this is referred to as an intrinsic coupling) as well as at interfaces both natural and artificial of a chunk of material (the extrinsic variations).

    Electrons in two dimensional space, spin-orbit and chirality

    When the electron motion is confined to a plane (rather interestingly, but this is quite another story, current electronics is based on the dynamics of electrons effectively moving in two dimensional space) it is possible for the confining potential to lead to a sizable extrinsic spin-orbit interaction. In this case the coupling can lead to a puzzling dependence of the orientation of the electron spin on the momentum of the electron. Specifically situations arise in which, rather than being arbitrary (there are no externally applied magnetic fields in this scenario), the electron spin is to a first approximation forced to lie in the plane of motion making a certain specific angle with the direction of its momentum. This peculiar arrangement bestows the electronic states what is referred to as chirality. Furthermore intriguing modifications are induced in the way electrons interact with each other. Energies of electronic chiral states with and without an external magnetic field are shown in Fig. 1 and 2.



    Fig 1


    Fig 2


    Electron-electron interactions, exchange and spin-orbit

    One of the most important ways in which the mutual (repulsive) Coulomb interaction between the electrons manifests itself in the electron liquid roaming the expanse of a metallic system is referred to as the “exchange energy”. The phenomenon of exchange is in fact deeply related to fundamental quantum statistical attributes of an electronic system. Simply put, the exchange energy stems in particular from the fact that, due to the Pauli Exclusion Principle, two electrons tend to keep away from each other if they have equal spin orientations. This in turn results in a lower Coulomb repulsion since the average distance between such two electrons is effectively increased. As a consequence the total energy is diminished. Of course this energy gain could be maximized by aligning all or at least a finite fraction of the electronic spins in the same direction. When this happens the system becomes spin polarized, a phenomenon known as ferromagnetism.

    Electronic Interactions and Spin-orbit coupling



    Electric resonance for power generation
    When Dr. Andrei Melnichenco, a physicist specialising in electrodynamics in the city of Chekhov near Moscow, called our editorial office and described his invention, I did not believe him. But my mistrust did not perplex the inventor, and he offered to demonstrate his device.

    The device consists of several batteries and a small converter to change direct current into alternating current (220V, 50Hz) using electric motor.

    The power of this motor is far greater than that of the power source. When a small plate with several assemblies is added to the chain of components and switched on, the motor begins to pick up speed in such a way that it would be possible to set an abrasive circle on it and sharpen a knife.

    In another experiment, a fan serves as the final component of the device. At first, its blades are slowly rotating but, after a special unit is connected in sequence with it, the fan immediately gains speed and makes a good 'breeze'. All this looked strange, primarily from the standpoint of the law of conservation of energy.

    Seeing my perplexity, Melnichenko explained that the process taking place in his device are simple enough, and are based on the phenomenon of electric resonance.

    For instance, a device, supplied at the input with power equal to that of three 'Energizer' batteries can make a 100-watt incandescent lamp burn at the exit.

    The frequency is about 1 MHz. Such a device has a rather simple circuit, and is based on resonance. Using it, it is possible to by far increase the power factor of energy networks, and to drastically cut the input (reactive) resistance of ordinary transformers and electric motors.

    But creation of fundamentally new, environmentally clean electric power generators is the most important application of electric resonance.

    A resonance-based energy transformer will become the main element of such devices. The employment of conductors with very low active resistance - cryoelectrics - for their windings will make it possible to increase power by hundreds and thousands of times, in proportion to resonance qualities of the device.

    The Russian Academy of Sciences, in its review says that the principle underlying the operation of the devices does not rouse doubts in theory and in practice, and that the work of the resonance-based electric systems is not in conflict with the laws of electrophysics.

    Konstantin Smirnov
    RIA Novosti

    Resonant Power Enhancement - 11/29/97






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    Core of the physical effect generarion


    Effect is based on transformation of the secondary ferromagnetic ferros field to useful (free) electric energy. Work onto magnetisation (electric energy cost) is defined only by that magnetic field which directly forms flux linkage (inductive coupling) with magnetisable wind.



    Ap = ψn*I/2
    I – current;
    ψn - Magnetic flux linkage – Bi*S*Nk
    Ap - Work onto magnetisation

    Installation consists of magnetisable wind with ferromagnetic triblet(necessarily!) and secondary ferromagnetic triblet (there can be several) which is located through aerial (dielectric) distance.
    Spare magnetic field Bi2 (secondary) – is a field (see the picture), which is insular only around secondary triblets. Field Bi2 does not penetrate inductor windings and generally does not take part in ferromagnetic system scope interaction. I.e. field Bi2 forms free magnetic energy Wn2. In the time of magnetisation phase field Bi2 converts to electric energy in a special additional demountable wind (it is not shown on the picture) on a secondary ferromagnetic triblet. Herewith additional overcost free electric energy is generated (in a secondary demountable wind).
    Free magnetic field Bi2 does not form flux linkage with magnetizing wind. The electric energy source does not spend any energy on free magnetic filed formation. Field Bi2 does not come into the formula of work onto magnetisation.
    All the electric energy costs in a wind are restricted (source current can not use more!) only by those magnetic energy which establishes the connection with magnetisation wind. Field Bi2 and magnetic energy connected with it appears absolutely for nothing without additional energy cost.
    As a result, obtained magnetic energy of the fields system turns out to bebigger than electric energy costs on its formation. All what is needed is to convert all this magnetic energy while demagnetization into electric energy. This looks like flyback converter operating mode bu twith transformation of more complicated magnetic field layout.Consequently, obtained electric energy (from several winds) will bemore than spent one (because field energy Bi2 - Wn2 also transforms to electric energy).

    All of it is possible thanks to the fact that ferromagnetic is formed by a spin quantum current. Axial spin (this quantum current) is not affected by Maxwell eddy electric field.Quantum current may pass even against on coming eddy electric field, EMFi. Ferromagnetic is in a zero inductive impedance (internal impedance and reflected impedance).

    As distinct from current in a wind swift, additional impedance can not be introduced into ferromagnetic triblet. For instance, quantum magnetic current in a magnet of a dynamic do not depend anyway upon extra EMFi. Magnet magnetises iron without costs.
    Owing to quantum kind of spins in ferromagnetic, all work on magnetisation is accomplished by means of spin current quantum energy. Each spin of the electron in a ferromagnetic makes a kind of quasi works against counter EMFi due to quantum energy. Ferromagnetic triblet of the inductor does no do work onto magnetisation of other ferromagnetic space. Only current in a wind makes costs!

    People often ask: “But then do the triblets interact...?” Yes, there exists bilateral magnetisation. But it does not increase cost on magnetisation whereas reduces it. The second triblet does not add supplementary costs in inductor. Only the form of the induction-permeability curve changes (becomes drastic). Ferromagnetic triblet of the inductor itself does not accomplish anywork onto magnetisation (spins of the electrons do not need to overcome EMFi against current) of the nearby ferromagnetic space. As distinct from windings with current from wire, it is impossible to add extrainductive impendence into ferromagnetic triblet of the inductor.

    These unique physical (quantum) ferromagnetic peculiarities reveal technical opportunities for electric energy generation.

    Core of the physical effect discovered by Andrey Melnichenko
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