Title: The high energy electromagnetic field generator

Authors: Salvatore Cezar Pais

Addresses: Department of Defense/Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command/NAWCAD, NAS Patuxent River Maryland 20670, USA

Abstract: The original concept described is named the high energy electromagnetic field generator. This concept's governing physics entail the coupling of gyration (high frequency spin), vibration (high frequency abrupt pulsations/harmonic oscillations) and possible curvilinear translation, of electrically charged systems. If we couple the system's high frequency of rotation (30,000 to 100,000 RPM, and higher) with high vibration (abrupt pulsations/harmonic oscillations) frequencies in the range of 109 to 1018 Hertz (and above) we can obtain electromagnetic field intensity values in the range 1024 to 1028 Watts/m2 (and beyond). These extremely high electromagnetic field intensity values emphasise the novelty of this concept, especially suited for the design of energy generation machinery with power output levels much higher than those currently achievable. The utilisation of such high power sources for space power and propulsion generation, as it pertains to reduction in a spacecraft's inertial mass as a direct result of local vacuum polarisation, is an important application of the described theoretical concept. In this manner, extreme spacecraft speeds can be achieved.

Keywords: faster than light travel; superluminal propulsion; quantum vacuum plasma; QVP; vacuum energy fluctuations; vacuum polarisation; spacetime manipulation; quantum vacuum engineering; quantum field theory; far from equilibrium thermodynamics; spatio-temporal excursion; high energy electromagnetic field; electromagnetic field generator; gyration; vibration; curvilinear translation; electrically charged systems; space power; propulsion generation; extreme speeds; spacecraft speeds.

DOI: 10.1504/IJSPACESE.2015.075910

International Journal of Space Science and Engineering, 2015 Vol.3 No.4, pp.312 - 317

Received: 13 Nov 2015
Accepted: 17 Nov 2015

Published online: 12 Apr 2016 *

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