United States Patent: 7663281 – Magnetic Field Generating Device
Magnetic Field Generating Device
FIG. 4 is a side view of the core 12 surface of the present invention. Shown are the interspersed sections of dielectric material 18 and conductive material 20. During the basic start up procedure the starter motor is energized causing the outer ring 16 to start rotation, both the inner ring 14 and the outer ring 16 are then charged (oppositely) through brushes causing the inner ring 14 to begin rotation in the opposite direction via the interface; voltage increase causes ring acceleration, which creates an anti-gravity field, further voltage increase causes stronger repulsion then charging the core magnifies the repulsion. To induce magnetic field, the core 12 face lines are vertical and the ring face lines are diagonal correspondingly to direction of ring rotation.
|United States Patent||7,663,281|
|Nau||February 16, 2010|
Magnetic field generating device
A magnetic field generator that utilizes two concentric rings with similarly charged electro-magnets to repel the rings in opposite orbits around an electrically charged central core to create the magnetic field.
|Inventors:||Nau; Jeffrey J (Anchorage, AK)|
|Filed:||August 31, 2004|