G5.5. The “energy of inflation” contained in the Magnocraft's field
© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

G5.5. The “energy of inflation” contained in the Magnocraft's field

We also need to consider the problem of the amount of energy contained the magnetic field of the Magnocraft, and the amount of this energy consumed during flights. The first impression is that this energy should be high. After all, the calculations of the starting flux indicate that the special density of energy contained in propulsors of the Magnocraft is huge. But analysis provided in this subsection has shown that such an impression is erroneous. Although this vehicle in fact does accumulate in propulsors an enormous amount of energy, similarly like a balloon accumulates a lot of gas in the casing, but out of this huge energy only a small fraction is actually being consumed. So during flights the Magnocraft consumes only a small fraction of the energy required by a supersonic aeroplane of the same size (mass).
Our deductions regarding the energy of Magnocraft’s field we need to start from reminding ourselves, that according to principles of physics, the production of attracting or repelling forces by a magnetic field do not consume energy. For example, a permanent magnet can interact with the Earth's field for millions of years without losing its power. Also the electric current in the closed circuit of a superconductive electromagnet can circulate for many years and produce the same value of the magnetic field which interacts with the field of the environment. Therefore, producing the thrust and stabilization forces in the Magnocraft does not require the expenditure of any energy, and this fact is independent of the speed of the craft. The Magnocraft flying in this manner is similar to a balloon soaring rather than to the thrust of a rocket.
The energy consumption of the Magnocraft is caused only by: acceleration of the craft; production of the magnetic whirl which has to fight against friction (this friction is absent in free space); inducing currents in objects in the environment; electromagnetic radiation; and the so-called “energy of inflation”, which also can be called the "initial energy", necessary to create (but not maintain) the magnetic field of high intensity.
We should also remember at this point that the energy of the Magnocraft's field is self-rechargeable, i.e. its consumption during an acceleration of the vehicle is replaced by its recovery during deceleration. More on this subject is explained in subsection G5.6.
The “energy of inflation”, which also can be called the initial energy, is the entire energy accumulated in the magnetic field of this vehicle. Illustratively it could be compared to the electrical energy consumed by a car's starter motor during the starting of the engine, or to the energy used for pumping gas into a balloon casing. It is spent only once - during the starting of the Magnocraft's propulsors. Therefore it is obtained from an outside source of energy, which is accessible at the starting sites of the Oscillatory Chambers. The value of this energy is equal to the sum of energy contained in the fields generated by each vehicle's propulsor.
It is possible to calculate the energy involved in this “energy of inflation” or "initial energy". Because this calculation provides scientific foundations for many of my claims and theories, it is presented below. One of best examples of the application of this calculation, is my theory published in monographs from series [5], e.g. in the monograph marked [5/3] in chapter Y. This theory states that in 1178 AD the magnetic energy contained in propulsors of seven UFOs type K6 were released rapidly near a small township Tapanui in New Zealand. The release of this huge energy caused in turn a total destruction of New Zealand and a significant destruction of the rest of world, as well as a polar shift of our planet.
Let us now proceed with the calculation of the amount of “energy of inflation” contained in the field of a smallest Magnocraft type K3. We know that if the density of the magnetic flux (f) is increased from zero to f, the energy density stored in the magnetic field (e) will be expressed as (see [1G5.5] Slemon G.R. Straughen: "Electric Machines", Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, USA, 1980, page 18):

    f    f             f2
e= ────df=───── [J/m3]               (G29)

    o  μo          2μo

Notice, that after expressing the above in notation of computer languages, in which the symbol "*" means multiplication, while the symbol "itgs(0,f(F,x))" means the integral from function F along variable x within the boundaries 0 to f, the equation (G29) takes the following form: e = itgr(0,f((f/μo)f) = (f*f)/(2*μo).
Our calculations of the “energy of inflation” contained in the magnetic field of the
smallest Magnocraft type K3 we start from determining this energy density “e” for the magnetic field that surrounds this vehicle. In order to determine this density, we need to make several substitutions in the above equation (G29). For the density “f” of magnetic flux we substitute the ratio f=Fs/s. This ratio represents the value of the smallest starting flux Fs=2.59 [Wb/kg] obtained from equation (G28), divided by this part s=0.00785 [m2] of the K3 Magnocraft's entire base area “S”, which belongs to one kilogram of the mass “m” of this vehicle, i.e. s = S/m = πD2 /4m. (Notice that data required for determining the value of “s” provides Table G1.) For “μo” we substitute the magnetic permeability of free space μo=4•π•10-7 [T•m/A]. After the appropriate calculations are carried out, we obtain the result that the initial energy density “e” required for a K3 type Magnocraft to ascend from the North magnetic pole of the Earth is approximately e=12 [MWh/m3] for each kilogram of the craft's mass. This density is to prevail only in cases when the Magnocraft type K3 is to produce the smallest value of the starting flux “Fs”. (I.e. “e” is the density of energy required for a Magnocraft type K3 to ascent in space from the Northern magnetic pole of Earth, on which prevails the most dense magnetic field of Earth.) Of course, this value of “e” must be increased, if the strength of the local environmental field at the area where the Magnocraft operates is smaller than the strength of the Earth’s field at the North magnetic pole of Earth – this practically is to be the case for every area of Earth other than the North magnetic pole. Value of “e” must also be increased proportionally to the maximal acceleration for which the craft is designed.
After determining the density of energy “e”, while knowing also values of the mass “m” for subsequent types of Magnocraft which are listed in Table G1, and considering the distribution of the magnetic field around the Magnocraft, the total energy of inflation “E” can now be found. For example, the estimative calculation of this energy for the smallest Magnocraft of K3 type gives an approximate result of 1.5 [Tera•Watt•hours]. To give an idea of how great this is, it is worth to disclose that around 1984 it represented the equivalent to two months' consumption of all types of energy by the entire country such as New Zealand. Means it represented the equivalent for two-month consumption by all New Zealand not only the electrical energy, but also petrol and other liquid fuels, coal, gas, crude oil, etc., means everything that provided New Zealand with energy. It is also worth to notice, that from then until today this total consumption of energy have not increased so much at all.
The storing of such enormous amounts of energy within the Oscillatory Chambers of a Magnocraft transforms this vehicle into a flying bomb of tremendous power. Let us now determine the destructive potential of this bomb in the event of the Magnocraft accidentally exploding. We know that one ton of TNT releases ETNT = 4.18x109 [Joules] (or ETNT = 1.61 [MWh]) of energy - see the book [2G5.5] "McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms", Third Edition, 1984, ISBN 0-07-045269-5, page 1656 (term: "ton"). This means that the explosion of the smallest, K3 type Magnocraft whose Oscillatory Chambers are loaded with E = 1.5 [TWh] of magnetic energy, would be equivalent to a blast of almost one-megaton thermonuclear bomb, or to the simultaneous exploding of almost 80 atomic bombs similar to the one dropped on Hiroshima. Also, the major effects of a detonation of the smallest Magnocraft type K3 would be the same as the effects of such a powerful hydrogen bomb explosion. Only the area destroyed would not be polluted by any radioactive isotopes, so that this area could be populated again almost immediately.
At the end of this subsection it needs to be emphasised, that the determined above value E = 1.5 [TWh] of magnetic energy, was calculated after the assumption, that the Magnocraft K3 produces only the starting flux equal to Fs = 2.59 [Wb/kg], which lifts it in space from the northern magnetic pole of Earth (i.e. the weakest out of all starting fluxes that would be required to list it to space). But as this is highlighted in subsection G5.3, the real magnetic flux that is required for the reliable flight and manoeuvring of this vehicle can be even by 104 more powerful. Thus it is possible that the amount of magnetic energy contained inn the field of a smallest Magnocraft of K3 type is also larger from that calculated above by the range of 104 times.

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