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Title:
GRAVITY PROPULSION BASED ON GRAVITY INDUCTION PRINCIPLE
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2018/095505
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The invention relates to the ways of propulsion of a space or aerial vehicle. Disclosed are the basic design of the gravity propulsion device based on the gravity induction principle and six its subdesigns. The basic design realizes a rapidly accelerated rotation of masses along circular or spiral trajectories along the surface of an imaginable torus or a rapid acquirement of the necessary trajectories by rotating masses. This acceleration of the rotating masses causes an acceleration of the central mass and other parts of the vehicle's structure. The subdesigns include three methods of rotation of ions, two methods of rotation of ferrofluid, a molecular rotation design, a rotation of fixed solid rings and a design based on a rotation of gyroscopes.

Inventors:
NURGALIYEV, Zhan, B. (175/19 Tole bi Street, Apt. 44, Almaty 6, 05002, KZ)
VAN TOOR, Jan (Sulzkogelstrasse 6, Munich, 81739, DE)
Application Number:
EP2016/025153
Publication Date:
May 31, 2018
Filing Date:
November 22, 2016
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Assignee:
NURGALIYEV, Zhan, B. (175/19 Tole bi Street, Apt. 44, Almaty 6, 05002, KZ)
VAN TOOR, Jan (Sulzkogelstrasse 6, Munich, 81739, DE)
International Classes:
F03H99/00
Domestic Patent References:
WO2009102227A22009-08-20
WO2011158048A22011-12-22
Foreign References:
US20010032522A12001-10-25
Other References:
"Conservation of momentum", INTERNET CITATION, 2007, pages 1, XP002447082, Retrieved from the Internet [retrieved on 20070903]
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ZHAN NURGALIYEV: "ON POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES OF AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING GRAVITATIONAL INTERACTION ON POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES OF AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING GRAVITATIONAL INTERACTION", 24 November 2016 (2016-11-24), XP055393967, Retrieved from the Internet [retrieved on 20170725]
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Attorney, Agent or Firm:
VAN TOOR, Jan (Sulzkogelstrasse 6, Munich, 81739, DE)
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Claims:
Claims

1. The basic design of the gravity propulsion device based on the gravity induction principle.

The basic design realizes a rapidly accelerated rotation of masses along circular or spiral trajectories along the surface of an imaginable torus (Fig. 1, 2 and 3) or a rapid acquirement of the necessary trajectories by rotating masses. This acceleration of the rotating masses causes an acceleration of the central mass and other part of the vehicle's structure.

2. Subdesign 1 "Rotation of ions with a rotating ring and an alternating magnetic field", in which an ionized substance in a ring is first put into rotation by rotating the ring, and then periodically put in a strong magnetic field with field lines directed along the ring to cause a spiral movement of the ions.

3. Subdesign 2 "Rotation of ions with a rotating magnetic field and an alternating magnetic field", that is different from the Subdesign 1 in that ions are rotated within the ring by a magnetic field.

4. Subdesign 3 "Rotation of ions with an electric field and an alternating magnetic field", that is different from the Subdesign 1 in that ions are rotated within the ring by an electric field.

5. Subdesign 4 "Rotation of ferrofluid with static rings and a magnetic field" ", in which a substance that consists of ferrofluid is rotated in several rings arranged in a torus-like formation by a set of electromagnetic coils.

6. Subdesign 5 "Rotation of ferrofluid with a static spiral and a magnetic field", that is different from the Subdesign 4 in that the ferrofluid is contained and accelerated inside a toroidal spiral.

7. Subdesign 6 "Rotation of molecules with a static ring and a rotating magnetic field", in which a substance that consists of polar molecules is rotated in a ring by a rotating electromagnetic field in the plane of the cross section of the torus.

8. Subdesign 7 "Rotation of fixed solid rings", in which several rotating solid rings or disks arranged in a torus-like formation are simultaneously accelerated by motors with a high torque or other sources of mechanical rotation capable of fast acceleration.

9. Subdesign 8 "Rotation of solid rings as gyroscopes", in which several solid rings or disks in a simple gyroscopic suspension are installed on a circular frame with their rotation axes directed from the center of the circular frame. Then the rings are put into rapid rotation and periodically shifted by rotating the circular frame by 90 degrees.

AMENDED CLAIMS

received by the International Bureau on 03 October 2017 (03.10.2017)

1. The basic design of the gravity propulsion device based on the gravity induction principle comprising:

the rotating masses rapidly accelerated along circular or spiral trajectories along the surface of an imaginable torus (Fig. 1, 2 and 3) or rotating masses rapidly acquiring such trajectories;

the central mass, which acceleration is caused by the abovementioned acceleration of the rotating masses.

2. Subdesign 1 "Rotation of ions with a rotating ring and an alternating magnetic field" of the device comprising:

the rotating masses, which are an ionized substance in a ring;

the mechanism that puts the ring with the substance into constant rotation;

the electromagnetic coils that periodically generate a strong magnetic field with field lines directed along the ring, which causes an accelerated spiral movement of the ions;

the central mass, which acceleration is caused by the accelerated spiral movement of the rotating masses.

3. Subdesign 2 "Rotation of ions with a rotating magnetic field and an alternating magnetic field" of the device. The device as claimed in Claim 2, wherein

the ring is not rotating;

the substance in the ring is put into constant rotation along the ring by a rotating magnetic field generated by electromagnetic coils.

4. Subdesign 3 "Rotation of ions with an electric field and an alternating magnetic field" of the device. The device as claimed in Claim 2, wherein

the ring is not rotating;

the substance in the ring is put into constant rotation along the ring by an electric field generated by electrodes.

5. Subdesign 4 "Rotation of ferrofluid with static rings and a magnetic field" of the device comprising:

the rotating masses, which are a substance that consists of ferrofluid;

the several static rings that contain the ferrofluid and are arranged in a torus-like formation;

the electromagnetic coils which put the ferrofluid in the rings into an accelerated rotation;

the central mass, which acceleration is caused by the accelerated rotation of the rotating masses.

6. Subdesign 5 "Rotation of ferrofluid with a static spiral and a magnetic field" of the device.

The device as claimed in Claim 5, wherein

the ferrofluid is contained and accelerated inside a toroidal spiral.

7. Subdesign 6 "Rotation of molecules with a static ring and a rotating magnetic field" of the device comprising:

the rotating masses, which are a substance that consists of polar molecules;

the static ring that contains the substance;

the electromagnetic coils that generate a rotating electromagnetic field in the plane of the cross section of the ring and put the polar molecules of the substance into an accelerated rotation;

the central mass, which acceleration is caused by the accelerated rotation of the rotating masses.

8. Subdesign 7 "Rotation of fixed solid rings" of the device comprising:

the rotating masses, which are several rotating solid rings or disks arranged in a toruslike formation;

the motors with a high torque or other sources of mechanical rotation capable of fast acceleration, which simultaneously accelerate the solid rings or disks; the central mass, which acceleration is caused by the accelerated rotation of the rotating masses.

9. Subdesign 8 "Rotation of solid rings as gyroscopes" of the device comprising:

the rotating masses, which are several solid rings or disks in a simple gyroscopic suspension;

the motors that put the rings into rapid rotation;

the circular frame, on which the solid rings or disks are initially installed with their rotation axes directed from the center of the circular frame and then are periodically shifted by rotating the circular frame by 90 degrees. The rotation of the circular frame causes a 90-degree turn of the rotation axes of the solid rings or disks;

the central mass, which acceleration is caused by the turn of the rotation axes of the rotating masses.

Description:
Gravity propulsion based on gravity induction principle

Description

Field of the invention

The invention relates to the ways of propulsion of a space or aerial vehicle. Background of the invention

Propulsion in general refers to a means of creating a force leading to movement. The majority of the current propulsion methods used in space or aerial vehicles are based on creation of a flow of gas or air in the direction opposite to the movement of a vehicle. This is achieved by propellers or by creation of a jet by means of a reaction engine, which can be a jet engine than can operate in the atmosphere or a rocket engine that can be used in space. These types of propulsion are implemented in planes, helicopters and space rockets. There are other proposed types of space propulsion such as ion engines, solar sails and laser propulsion, but they are not used by now.

Though these technologies satisfy many air and space transportation needs, they have some limitations. Jet propulsion engines need to throw gases to move a craft. It causes a dependency on the speed of gases, which results in limitations on an achievable acceleration and speed of a vehicle. For example, a journey to Mars can take about eight months using a contemporary rocket engine. Also long space trips require more rocket propellant on board. But the most important limitations of all the current propulsion means are a necessity to overcome the gravity attraction to space bodies and a need to counteract the forces of inertia during an acceleration of a vehicle.

The disclosed invention is based on a research into specific effects of gravitational interaction, which allows a construction of a propulsion system of a new type that can cause an acceleration of a vehicle without limitations of the gravity and inertial forces in our present understanding. The proposed design is based on a new theory of gravity and is supported by experimental data. Summary of the invention

Disclosed are the basic design of the gravity propulsion device and a set of subtypes of the basic design.

The proposed gravity propulsion method is based on the principle of gravity induction described by the Four-Dimensional Kinetic Theory of Gravity (FDK) by Zhan Nurgaliyev.

The gravity induction principle is based on the phenomenon of gravity induction that follows from the FDK theory. The gravity induction is a production of mass current as a result of a changing surrounding gravity field. As it follows from the theory, a specially oriented acceleration of masses in our three-dimensional space can result in an acceleration of an object in the three-dimensional space. In other words, an accelerated movement of masses along special trajectories will cause an acceleration of a space or aerial vehicle. The trajectories of masses can be circular along a surface of an imaginable torus or spiral, which are basically the same circular trajectories with a slight shift. Another approach to realization of the principle is based not on a direct acceleration of masses but only on a rapid change of their trajectories. This is the basic design of a gravity propulsion device.

The following disclosed subtypes of the basic design implement the abovementioned principle of gravity induction:

Subdesign 1. Rotation of ions with a rotating ring and an alternating magnetic field.

Subdesign 2. Rotation of ions with a rotating magnetic field and an alternating magnetic field. Subdesign 3. Rotation of ions with an electric field and an alternating magnetic field.

Subdesign 4. Rotation of ferrofluid with static rings and a magnetic field.

Subdesign 5. Rotation of ferrofluid with a static spiral and a magnetic field.

Subdesign 6. Rotation of molecules with a static ring and a rotating magnetic field.

Subdesign 7. Rotation of fixed solid rings.

Subdesign 8. Rotation of solid rings as gyroscopes. Brief description of the drawings

Drawings illustrating the basic design of a gravity propulsion device:

Fig. 1. The trajectories of masses in the propulsion device can be circular along a surface of an imaginable torus.

Fig. 2. The trajectories of masses in the propulsion device can be spiral along a surface of an imaginable torus.

Fig. 3. The parts of the propulsion device and the trajectories of masses in two dimensions. Drawings illustrating the subtypes of the basic design of a gravity propulsion device:

Subdesign 1. Rotation of ions with a rotating ring and an alternating magnetic field.

Fig. 4. The ring with the working body is put into constant rotation.

Fig. 5. The application of a magnetic field and the resulting trajectories of ions.

Fig. 6. The resulting trajectories of ions after the magnetic field is applied.

Fig. 7. The formation of a dense plasma cord in the center of the torus. Subdesign 2. Rotation of ions with a rotating magnetic field and an alternating magnetic field.

Fig. 8. Rotation of ions in the ring by a magnetic field.

Subdesign 3. Rotation of ions with an electric field and an alternating magnetic field.

Fig. 9. The electric field is used to create a flow of charged particles along the torus.

Subdesign 4. Rotation of ferrofluid with static rings and a magnetic field.

Fig. 10. The rings with ferrofluid, its movement direction, electromagnetic coils and the central mass (view from the side).

Fig. 11. The rings with ferrofluid and central mass (view from the top).

Subdesign 5. Rotation of ferrofluid with a static spiral and a magnetic field.

Fig. 12. The toroidal spiral with ferrofluid and central mass.

Subdesign 6. Rotation of molecules with a static ring and a rotating magnetic field.

Fig. 13. Rotation of the electromagnetic field causes a rotation of each molecule in the plane of a cross section of the torus.

Subdesign 7. Rotation of fixed solid rings.

Fig. 14. Several rotating rings or disks arranged in a torus-like formation.

Subdesign 8. Rotation of solid rings as gyroscopes.

Fig. 15. A set of gyroscopes on a circular rotatable frame (view from the top).

Fig. 16. A set of gyroscopes on a circular rotatable frame (view from the side).

Fig. 17. The position of the circular frame before rotation.

Fig. 18. The position of the circular frame after rotation. Detailed description of the invention

Disclosed are the basic design of the gravity propulsion device and a set of subtypes of the basic design.

The basic design of the gravity propulsion device

The proposed gravity propulsion method is based on the principle of gravity induction described by the Four-Dimensional Kinetic Theory of Gravity (FDK) by Zhan Nurgaliyev.

Briefly speaking, the FDK theory is based on an assumption that all masses move in the same direction along the fourth coordinate, perpendicular to the observable three-dimensional space. The assumption is in accordance with the theory of the Big Bang and the expanding Universe, which can be described as an expanding four-dimensional sphere. The flows of mass can be called the currents of mass. And the gravity attraction forces are the result of attraction of these currents of mass, that occur due to their movement in the same direction, similar to the Ampere's attraction forces of two electric currents in electromagnetism, but the currents of mass are of another nature and they flow in the four-dimensional space. The gravity field is propagated through a three-dimensional space. That is why the forces are inversely proportional to a square of the distance between masses unlike in the case of the Ampere's attraction of two electric currents.

The gravity induction principle is based on the phenomenon of the gravity induction that follows from the FDK theory. The gravity induction is a production of mass current as a result of a changing surrounding gravity field. As it follows from the theory, a specially oriented acceleration of masses in the three-dimensional space can result in an acceleration of an object in the three dimensional space. In other words, an accelerated movement of masses along special trajectories will cause an acceleration of a space or aerial vehicle. The trajectories of masses can be circular along a surface of an imaginable torus (Fig. 1) or spiral (Fig. 2), which are basically the same circular trajectories with a slight shift. The trajectories of masses are labeled by T and the resulting acceleration of the central mass M and the vehicle is labeled by A. The trajectories are vortex-like and are oriented in the common direction toward the center of the torus. The central mass M is not necessarily a certain special mass. It can be made of any material, but it must be a part of the rigid structure of the vehicle. The central mass is the place where the most of the accelerating force will be applied.

The faster the masses are accelerated the faster the resulted acceleration of the central mass and the vehicle will be.

To clarify the basic principle of the gravity induction, let us consider the abovementioned drawings (Fig. 1 and 2) in two dimensions. On Fig. 3 the masses ml and m2 are accelerated along circular trajectories T and the central mass M experiences an upward acceleration A.

Another approach to realization of the principle is based not on the direct acceleration of masses but only on a rapid change of their trajectories.

The inertial forces counteracting an acceleration are expected to be decreased or neutralized since the gravity propulsion will directly affect the movement of all the masses of the vehicle, not acting as an external force, but changing a field that is directly connected with the essence of movement according to the FDK theory.

The propulsion method is also expected to lower a load on pilots and a vehicle during accelerations, since the mass flow induced by the propulsion device is caused by a field that covers the whole vehicle. It will result in a near simultaneous acceleration of all the parts of a vehicle and the bodies of pilots.

The subtypes of the basic design of the gravity propulsion device

All the disclosed design subtypes implement the abovementioned basic principle of the gravity propulsion device. Some of the proposed propulsion system subdesigns are based on an accelerated circular rotation of masses and some on an accelerated spiral rotation of masses depending on their technical realization.

Subdesign 1. Rotation of ions with a rotating ring and an alternating magnetic field.

Working body has a form of a ring that can have a circular cross section (a torus shape) or other cross section (Fig. 4).

Working body W is a substance that consists of ions - electrically charged atoms or molecules in an ionized state (ionized hydrogen, deuterium, noble gas or mercury, for example). The substance should as dense as possible to maximize the propulsion effect. The substance can be, for example, an ionized liquid or gas, or plasma.

At the initial stage, the ring with the working body W is put into constant rotation, which continues at each further stage of the device's operation.

The propulsion device has the following stages of operation.

A) A strong magnetic field B with field lines directed along the ring is applied (Fig. 5). The coils with electric current that create the magnetic field are shown schematically on Fig. 5 as C, their real shape can vary. The magnetic field causes a spiral movement of all the ions m of the working body (Fig. 6).

In case of a plasma a strong magnetic field at this stage can cause a formation of a dense plasma cord in the center of the torus (Fig. 7).

The central mass M experiences an acceleration A due to the gravity induction. All the parts of the vehicle, which are located along the central line of the ring, are also accelerated. The propulsion device accelerates the vehicle.

B) The magnetic field is kept on for some time.

C) The magnetic field is turned off. The device is decelerating, since at this stage an acceleration is directed opposite to the movement of the vehicle. The ring can heat up at this stage. A cooling system will be needed to avoid overheating of the device.

D) A new cycle starts from the stage A, etc.

Each cycle of the propulsion device pushes the vehicle forward. The resulting motion of the vehicle has an impulse character.

Subdesign 2. Rotation of ions with a rotating magnetic field and an alternating magnetic field.

The design is different from the Subdesign 1 in how ions are put into initial rotation along the ring. Instead of rotating the ring, ions of the working body W in this design are rotated within the ring by a magnetic field B (Fig. 8). The coils with electric current that create the magnetic field B are shown schematically on Fig. 8 as C, their real shape can vary.

After the initial rotation of ions is achieved, it is supported during all the further stages of operation of the device, which are the same as in Subdesign 1.

Subdesign 3. Rotation of ions with an electric field and an alternating magnetic field. The design is different from the Subdesign 1 in how ions are put into initial rotation along the ring. Instead of rotating the ring, an electric field is used to create a flow of ions along the torus (Fig. 9). A flow of ions appears between positively and negatively charged electrodes Ei and E 2 . There can be one or more sections contacting a pair of electrodes within the torus.

After the initial rotation of ions is achieved, all the further stages of operation of the device are the same as in Subdesign 1.

Subdesign 4. Rotation of ferrofluid with static rings and a magnetic field.

Working body is a ferrofluid that is a liquid with ferromagnetic particles.

The liquid is contained in several circular rings R (Fig. 10) that are arranged in a torus-like formation around the central mass M (Fig. 11). The ferrofuid F is magnetic and is accelerated by electromagnetic coils C. The coils are shown schematically, their real shape can vary. There can be one portion of ferrofuid per ring or several ones. For example, if we rotate two portions of ferrofluid in one ring (Fig. 10), then the ring will not vibrate during operation.

Also, a superfluid (for example, superfluid helium) can be used as a carrier for the ferrofluid. In this case, there will no energy losses on friction of the rotating ferrofluid.

The propulsion device has the following stages of operation.

A) The electromagnetic coils C accelerate the ferrofluid portions in the rings in the common direction toward the center (Fig. 10). The central mass M experiences an acceleration A due to the gravity induction. All the parts of the vehicle, which are located along the central line, are also accelerated. The propulsion device accelerates the vehicle.

B) The rotation of the ferrofluid is kept on for some time.

C) The magnetic field created by the coils is turned off or its frequency is decreased. The device is decelerating, since at this stage an acceleration is directed opposite to the movement of the vehicle.

D) A new cycle starts from the stage A, etc.

Subdesign 5. Rotation of ferrofluid with a static spiral and a magnetic field.

The design is different from the Subdesign 4 in the form of the container for the ferrofluid. Instead of rings, the ferrofluid F is contained and accelerated inside a toroidal spiral (Fig. 12). A part of the spiral is shown on Fig. 12, with the direction of the ferrofluid's rotation.

Subdesign 6. Rotation of molecules with a static ring and a rotating magnetic field.

Working body has a form of a ring that can have a circular cross section (a torus shape) or other cross section.

Working body is a substance that consists of polar molecules, that is molecules with a nonzero magnetic dipole moment, in a liquid, gaseous or other state (like water, for example). Rotation of the electromagnetic field B causes rotation of each molecule of the working body W in the plane of the cross section of the torus (Fig. 13). The coils with electric current that create the magnetic field B are shown schematically on Fig. 10 as C, their real shape can vary.

The propulsion device has the following stages of operation.

A) The rotating magnetic field is turned on, that causes a circular movement of all molecules in the common direction toward the center (Fig. 13). The central mass experiences an acceleration due to the gravity induction. All the parts of the vehicle, which are located along the central line of the ring, are also accelerated. The propulsion device accelerates the vehicle.

B) The magnetic field is kept on for some time.

C) The magnetic field is turned off or significantly diminished either in terms of strength or in terms of frequency. The device is decelerating, since at this stage an acceleration is directed opposite to the movement of the vehicle. The ring can heat up at this stage. A cooling system will be needed to avoid overheating of the device.

D) A new cycle starts from the stage A, etc.

Each cycle of the propulsion device pushes the vehicle forward. The resulting motion of the vehicle has an impulse character.

Subdesign 7. Rotation of fixed solid rings.

Working body consists of several rotating solid rings or disks R (Fig. 14) that are arranged in a torus-like formation around the central mass M. The rings are simultaneously accelerated by motors with a high torque or other sources of mechanical rotation capable of fast acceleration. The rings can be made of metal or other durable material.

The propulsion device has the following stages of operation.

E) The motors are turned on, that causes rotation of all the rings R in the common direction toward the center (Fig. 14). The central mass M experiences an acceleration due to the gravity induction. All the parts of the vehicle, which are located along the central line of the ring, are also accelerated. The propulsion device accelerates the vehicle.

F) The rotation of the rings is kept on for some time.

G) The motors are turned off. The device is decelerating, since at this stage an acceleration is directed opposite to the movement of the vehicle.

H) A new cycle starts from the stage A, etc.

Subdesign 8. Rotation of solid rings as gyroscopes.

Working body consists of several rotating solid rings or disks R (Fig. 15 and 16) in a simple gyroscopic suspension installed on a circular frame F. The resulting arrangement is basically a set of gyroscopes on a circular rotatable frame. The rings can be made of metal or other durable material. The suspension of a single disk Ri attached to the circular rotatable frame F is shown on the Fig. 16.

At the initial stage all the gyroscopes are oriented as on the Fig. 15 and put into a rapid rotation, which is supported at all the further stages of the device operation.

The propulsion device has the following stages of operation.

A) The rotating circular frame F is turned by 90 degrees (Fig. 17 and 18), which causes all the gyroscopes to change their orientation in relation to the center of the circle. The rotation of one of the gyroscopes R in marked in gray. Its axis of rotation is keeping its direction in space. The central mass M experiences an acceleration due to the gravity induction. All the parts of the vehicle, which are located along the central line of the ring, are also accelerated. The propulsion device accelerates the vehicle.

B) The new position of the circular frame is kept on for some time.

C) The rotating circular frame is turned by 90 degrees backwards. The gyroscopes return into the initial position (Fig. 17). The device is decelerating, since at this stage an acceleration is directed opposite to the movement of the vehicle.

D) A new cycle starts from the stage A, etc.




 
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