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Img.075 (G25) The spinning magnetic circuits of the Magnocraft type K6. The formation of a magnetic whirl is illustrated. The strands of the magnetic field presented here should be visible on photographs taken with a very short time of exposure, i.e. when the motion of the strands is unnoticeable on a single frame (e.g. see Img.138 P19). After putting into the spin these circuits ionise the air and form the spinning plasma cloud, which is able to perform a function of a huge “plasma saw”. Such a saw can evaporate rocks drilling glossy tunnels in them that are shown in Img.081 (G31) and Img. (O6)/?/.
Symbols: N. S - magnetic poles in the vehicle's propulsors.
(Upper) A vertical cross-section of the Magnocraft illustrating the polarization of propulsors and the vertical course of the whirling magnetic circuits. All three magnetic circuits are present. In the central magnetic circuit two "slip points" are indicated. Because the non-whirling magnetic force lines do not ionize air, outwards from these slip points the central circuit becomes invisible.
(Middle) A side view of the Magnocraft illustrating the main and side magnetic circuits in one of their many possible positions. The location of the field's strands reflects the situation shown in diagram (lowest).
(Lowest) An overhead view of the Magnocraft presenting the spinning magnetic circuits frozen in one of their many positions. Notice that the thickness of the successive strands of the field has a sinusoidal distribution, i.e. if the side propulsors "V" have their maximal output, the propulsors next to them (i.e. "U" and "W") are in the mean value of their output, whereas propulsors "X" produce no output at all - see also Img.078 (G26b). For photographs of the above magnetic circuits see Img.138 (P19) from volume 13 of this monograph.