G7. The magnetic whirl
© Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

G7. The magnetic whirl

In the Magnocraft, the name "magnetic whirl" is assigned to the effects of fast rotation of the field's force lines around the vertical central axis "Z" of the vehicle, and also around the shell of it.
The main function of the magnetic whirl is to produce a thrust force acting along Earth’s lines of latitude, means in an east-west or west-east direction. But it also performs some additional functions, such as the formation of an "inductive shield" which protects the vehicle from any missile or meteorite attack, the creation of a whirling "plasma saw" that evaporates solid barriers, the illumination of surroundings, the emission of optic (light) signals, etc.
The magnetic whirl is responsible for the creation of a unique "ionic picture" of the Magnocraft. Such a picture changes completely the external appearance of this vehicle. Moreover, this whirl puts the vehicle into a specific state of operation, called a "magnetic whirl mode". In addition to the magnetic whirl mode, the Magnocraft's propulsion may also operate in a "throbbing mode", and in a "magnetic lens mode". In a "throbbing mode" the field is non-whirling, but shrinking and expanding in a manner similar to the action of a heart. In turn in a "magnetic lens mode" a constant (i.e. non-pulsating and non-whirling) field is produced.
The creation of the magnetic whirl in the Magnocraft utilizes almost the same principles as those applied during the creation of a similar whirl in asynchronous electric motors. It involves a rather complicated mechanism initiated by the appropriate sequencing of the pulsating outputs from the side propulsors. The magnetic circuits of the Magnocraft convert these pulsations of outputs into the rotation of the field's force lines around the vehicle's central axis and body. This subsection explains the mechanism of the magnetic whirl formation.

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