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Propulsion: No external reacting plane: Levitation & Propulsion Technology - Proof Of Concept

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Uploaded on Oct 30, 2008

Concept of Technology - this technology generate centrifugal force from spinning wheel/arm/disc or likewise,to create rapid sequential internal upward thrust greater than the gravitational pull on the mass, i.e. weight of the Unit and load. It also leverages on magnetic repulsion as a medium between strike and transfer panel, transfer panel and flywheel, to induce and transfer forces. Magnetic repulsion being able to compress and expand can serve to enhance applied forces. The methodology lies in the layout and function of main components in the wheel module. It involves exerting a downward force on spinning wheel via transfer panel, flywheel and sliding angular couplings. The centrifugal forces generated through spinning support/counteract the exerted downward force to compress the magnetic repulsion flux between panels; it also serves as the internal reacting plane in free space. On release of the exerted force, the magnetic repulsion flux expand toward the transfer panel together with the centrifugal forces to accelerate the transfer panel to thrust the strike panel to create lift. By generating the next thrust before the momentum of the last thrust, diminish, due to gravity or likewise, the momentum from the first thrust support the next thrust to create lift, just like in the multi-stage rocket system. By regulating the spin rate, the exerted force and exerted force application frequency, relative to the gross weight, the rapid thrust will levitate, propel or steer the unit and load accordingly.

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