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Part #F: Configurations of "Oscillatory Chambers" formed to increase their controllability:
#F1. The "twin-chamber capsule" - the most important configuration of Oscillatory Chambers:
The output from a single Oscillatory Chamber would be quite difficult to control. After all, such a chamber is filled up with enormous amount of magnetic energy. Therefore, for the purpose of better controllability, two unique arrangements of Oscillatory Chambers, are used. These are called (1) the "twin-chamber capsule", and (2) the "spider configuration".
A "twin-chamber capsule" is shown here in Img. (#F1), while described in subsection F7.1 of Monograph [1/5] and in subsection F6.1. of monographs [2e] and [1e]). Such a capsule is composed of a larger outer (O) Oscillatory Chamber, inside of which a smaller inner (I) Oscillatory Chamber is freely floating. Magnetic poles N/S of the inner chamber (I) are reversed in relation to magnetic poles of the outer chamber (O), so that outputs from both these chambers mutually subtract from each other. In the result, the part of the output (C) from the chamber with the larger output, is bend back and circulated as input directly to the smaller output chamber, thus forming the so-called "circulating flux" (C) that never leaves the interior of the twin-chamber capsule. Only the excess of the output from the chamber with larger yield is forwarded to the environment, thus forming the so-called "resultant flux" (R) that represents the useful output from this capsule. The division of the magnetic energy contained in such a capsule into the "resultant flux" (R), and the "circulating flux" (C), allows the extremely fast and effective control over the output from such a capsule, without the need to change the amount of energy contained in such a capsule. This control depends on the simple change of mutual proportions between the flux (C) that is circulated inside of such a capsule, and the flux (R) that is directed to the environment from this capsule. Thus, there is a possibility to control the operation of this capsule, so that to the outside is directed no output at all (this happens when the entire magnetic field produced by both chambers of such a capsule is trapped in the "circulating flux"), or to cause that the entire magnetic energy of the capsule is directed outside. It is also possible to accomplish fluently any state between these two extremes. In turn this effective control over the output from such a capsule, allows to precisely control the flight of the vehicle that is propelled by the "resultant magnetic flux" (R) directed by this capsule to the environment.
Img.147. #F1 : A configuration of two Oscillatory Chambers of the first generation called a "twin-chamber capsule".
This is the basic arrangement of two Oscillatory Chambers, formed to increase their controllability. The twin-chamber capsule is formed from two oppositely oriented chambers placed one inside the other. Because of the need for free floating of the inner (I) chamber suspended inside of the outer (O) one, the side edges "a" of both Oscillatory Chambers must meet the equation: ao=ai(sqrt(3)) - see equation F9 in [1/5]. The "resultant magnetic flux" (R) yield to the environment from these arrangements is obtained as a difference between outputs from chambers having opposite orientation of poles. The principles of forming this "resultant flux" are illustrated in Img.148 (#E3) from the web page immortality.htm - about the immortality and everlasting life accomplishable already at our level of development. The twin-chamber capsule allows full control over all the attributes of the produced magnetic field. The subjects of control are the following properties of the "resultant flux" (R): (1) strength of the field (fluently controlled from zero to maximum), (2) Period (T) or frequency (f) of pulsations, (3) ratio of the amplitude of the field's pulsations to its constant component (ΔF/Fo - see Img.709 (#E2), (4) character of the field (i.e. constant, pulsating, alternating), (5) variation in time (i.e. linear, sinusoidal, beat-type curves), (6) polarity (i.e. from whichever side of the arrangement the N and S poles prevail).
Symbols: O - outer chamber, I - inner chamber, C - "circulating flux" trapped inside the capsule, R - "resultant flux" yield from the capsule to the environment.
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