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Volume 2: Propulsion systems/ The Magnocraft/ The oscillatory chamber

B. The "periodic principle" in the development of propulsion systems

B1. Everything in our environment, including the formulation of inventions

B2. The basics of propulsion
- B2.1. The working medium
- B2.2. The primary requirement for building a controllable propulsion system

B3. Application of the Periodic Principle to propulsion systems

B4. The first generation of the magnetic propulsion systems

B5. How the "omnibus trend" should culminate in three conventions of the Magnocraft's operation

B6. Three successive generations of magnetic propulsion systems

C. The Magnocraft
- C1. The Magnocraft of the first generation - means my personal "Ariadna thread"

D. The four-propulsor spacecraft
- D1. The general design of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft

D2. The operation of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft

D3. The properties of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft

D4. The external appearance of the Four-Propulsor Spacecraft

D5. Identification of the type of Four-Propulsor Spacecraft

E. Magnetic personal propulsion
- E1. The standard garment of personal propulsion

E2. Principles of operation of magnetic personal propulsion

E3. The garment with the main propulsors in epaulettes

E4. A special version of personal propulsion with cushions around the hips

E5. Capabilities of Personal Propulsion

E6. Summary of the attributes of Personal Propulsion

F. The oscillatory chamber
- F1. Why there is a necessity to replace the electromagnet by the Oscillatory Chamber

F2. History of the Oscillatory Chamber

F3. The principle of operation of the Oscillatory Chamber
- F3.1. The electrical inertia of an inductor as the motive force for oscillations in aconventional oscillatory circuit with a spark gap
- F3.2. In the modified oscillatory circuit with a spark gap, the inductance of a stream of sparks replaces the electrical inertia of an inductor
- F3.3. The combining of two modified circuits forms an "Oscillatory Chamber" producing a bipolar magnetic field
- F3.4. Needle-shaped electrodes

F4. The future appearance of the Oscillatory Chamber
- F4.1. Three generations of the Oscillatory Chambers

F5. Mathematical model of the Oscillatory Chamber
- F5.1. Resistance of the Oscillatory Chamber
- F5.2. Inductance of the Oscillatory Chamber
- F5.3. Capacitance of the Oscillatory Chamber
- F5.4. The "sparks' motivity factor" and its interpretation
- F5.5. Condition for the oscillatory response
- F5.6. The period of pulsation of the chamber's field

F6. How the Oscillatory Chamber eliminates the drawbacks of electromagnets
- F6.1. Mutual neutralization of the two opposite electromagnetic forces
- F6.2. Independence of the magnetic field production from the continuity and efficiency of the energy supply
- F6.3. Elimination of energy loss
- F6.3.1. Premises for the recovery of all heat dissipated by sparks
- F6.4. Releasing the structure of the chamber from the destructive action of electric potentials
- F6.5. Amplifying control of the period of field pulsation

F7. Advantages of the Oscillatory Chamber over electromagnets
- F7.1. Formation of the "twin-chamber capsule" able to control the output without altering the energy involved
- F7.1.1. Twin-chamber capsules of the second and third generation
- F7.1.2. The "ratio of packing" of oscillatory chambers and its influence on the appearance of twin-chamber capsules and spider configurations
- F7.2. Formation of the "spider configuration"
- F7.2.1. The prototype spider configuration of the first generation
- F7.2.2. Spider configurations of the second generation
- F7.2.3. Spider configurations of the third generation
- F7.3. The non-attraction of ferromagnetic objects
- F7.4. Multidimensional transformation of energy
- F7.5. Continuous oscillating - a unique electromagnetic phenomenon allowing the Oscillatory Chamber to absorb unlimited amounts of energy
- F7.6. Function as an enormously capacious accumulator of energy
- F7.7. Simplicity of production

F8. Advancements in the practical completion of the Oscillatory Chamber
- F8.1. Experimental devices
- F8.2. Stages, goals, and ways of achieving success in the experimental building of the Oscillatory Chamber
- F8.3. An invitation to take part in the development of the Oscillatory Chamber

F9. Future applications of the Oscillatory Chamber

F10. Monographs describing the Oscillatory Chamber

F11. Symbols, notation, and units used in this chapter

FB. Applications of the Oscillatory Chamber
- FB1. Future applications of the Oscillatory Chamber as a battery for eco-cars

FB2. Senator McCain promised to award 300 millions dollars to the inventor of the energy accumulator that displays attributes of the Oscillatory Chamber


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