F7.2. Formation of the "spider configuration"
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F7.2. Formation of the "spider configuration"

The twin-chamber capsule is not the only configuration into which a number of Oscillatory Chambers can be arranged in order to increase the controllability of their resultant flux ("R"). The other configuration displaying even wider possibilities is the so-called "spider configuration", shown in Figure F9. In the spider configurations the chambers are arranged so that one of them, called the main chamber ("M"), is surrounded by the four side chambers indicated by the letters U, V, W, and X. Each of these five chambers possesses the same cross-section, but the volume (thus also the length) of the main one is equal to the sum of the volumes of all four side ones. The magnetic poles in the main Oscillatory Chamber (M) are directed in opposition to the orientation of the poles in the side chambers (U, V, W, X).
This new configuration of the Oscillatory Chambers is a simplified model of the Magnocraft's propulsion described in the next chapter of this monograph (the Magnocraft contains a single twin-chamber capsule (propulsor) placed in its centre, and a multiple of four of twin-chamber capsules arranged around its peripherals). Also the operation of the spider configuration closely imitates the operation of the Magnocraft's propulsion. Therefore this configuration in fact constitutes a kind of miniature Magnocraft. As well, the magnetic field produced by it displays all the attributes of the Magnocraft's field, for example its force lines may spin around the magnetic axis of the main chamber. The above reasons decide that the spider configuration found its best application in the propulsion of the so-called "four propulsor spacecraft", described in chapter D, the operation of which just requires the spinning magnetic field.
From the technical point of view, the production of spider configurations is much easier to achieve than the production of twin-chamber capsules. This is because in a twin-chamber capsule there are technical difficulties with controlling the inner chamber, to which the controlling signals must pass through powerful sparks and the magnetic field of the outer chamber. These difficulties are absent in the spider configuration, in which the access with the controlling devices is equally easy to all chambers. Therefore, in the first period after the completion of Oscillatory Chambers, most probably our civilization will be able to combine them only into spider configurations. Therefore, even that the propulsion of the Magnocraft is more effective when this vehicle utilizes twin-chamber capsules for the propulsors, the technical difficulties described above may cause, that the first discoidal Magnocraft build on Earth will utilize spider configurations for the propulsors.
The above also applies to all other civilizations which already have operational Magnocraft at their disposal. From which configuration of Oscillatory Chambers they utilize in the propulsors of their discoidal Magnocraft, it is possible to estimate their level of development. In the first period after the completion of Oscillatory Chambers each civilization most probably will just utilize spider configurations, and only later it will shift into the use of twin-chamber capsules. In the course of further development the civilization will transfer into the use of twin-chamber capsules of the second generation which utilize octagonal Oscillatory Chambers (instead of square chambers being much easier to produce and to control), to finally shift into the use of chambers of the third generation - see subsection M6.
The control over the value of a field produced by the spider configuration is almost the same as it is in the twin-chamber capsule. In a similar manner this configuration will produce a circulating flux ("C") and a resultant flux ("R"). Both these fluxes are circulated through the environment and thus the only difference between them depends on the paths their force lines cross, and on the number of chambers they circulate through (a circulating flux "C" loops through two chambers - main and side, whereas a resultant flux "R" through the main chamber only - see Figure F9). Therefore the magnetic field yield from the spider configuration also displays the same control over all its properties and parameters as the field from the twin-chamber capsule. The only additional capability of spider configurations which does not appear in twin-chamber capsules is that spider configurations are able to produce a whirling magnetic field, whose axis of rotation lies on the magnetic axis "m" of the main chamber ("M"). The production of such a whirling field is explained for the Magnocraft in subsection F7 of this monograph, therefore this explanation will not be repeated here.
The spider configurations, however, display a significant drawback in comparison of the twin-chamber capsules, which will decide their limitations. This drawback is that the magnetic field they produce can not be "extinguished" entirely and must be circulated through the environment. Therefore, even if the entire output of a spider configuration is bound in the circulating flux "C", this flux is still looped through the environment (i.e. can not be locked inside the configuration as is the case with twin-chamber capsules). For this reason spider configuration can not be used in numerous applications in which the presence of the magnetic field is undesirable (e.g. as energy accumulators). Therefore, apart from a short period when our civilization will still not be able to produce twin-chamber capsules, in the majority of cases the utilization of the spider configurations will be limited only to applications where the whirling magnetic field is necessary (e.g. as propulsors for the four-propulsor vehicle described in chapter D).

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