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Preface

Chapter 1. The Generator Construction  - open PDF   [  ]

Chapter 2. The Nature of Motive Forces - open PDF   [  ]

Chapter 3. Electromagnetic Field of the Generator - open PDF   [  ]

Сhapter 4. The Processes of Energy Extraction - open PDF   [  ]

Chapter 5. Energy processes of the Generator - open PDF   [  ]

Сhapter 6. The Structure of the Project

Chapter 7. Prototypes and Experiments

Сhapter 8. Comparisons

Сhapter 9. Application

Chapter 10. Production and Maintenance Costs

Chapter 11. The Business Management

References

 

Supplement 1. Maxwell Equations with Magnetic Charges - open PDF   [  ]

Supplement 2. The Measuring magnetic field of permanent cylindrical magnet  - open PDF   [  ]

Supplement 3. The decision of Maxwell Equations

Supplement 4. Gunnar Sandberg. Searl-Effect Generator: Design & Manufacturing Procedure - open PDF   [  ]

Supplement 6. Roschin & Godin: Russian and US Patents - open PDF   [  ]

Supplement 7. V. Roschin, S. Godin. Magneto-Gravitational Converter - open PDF   [  ]

Supplement 8. Magnetic Motor of Reed - open PDF   [  ]

Supplement 9. Author's publications on a theme of the project

Supplement 10. Article about Minato - open PDF   [  ]

Supplement 11. Minato Patent - open PDF   [  ]

Supplement 12. Mihail Khmelnik, brief data

Supplement 13. Solomon Khmelnik, brief data

 

Chapter 1 contains general information about generator construction.

Chapter 2  describes the computation method for the interaction forces between arbitrary oriented relative to each other permanent magnets.

In Chapter 3 it is shown that all the known and proposed constructions of generators may be described by Maxwell's equation system. It is demonstrated that in these equations solution a longitudal stationary wave directed along the magnet's axis makes its appearance.

In Chapter 4 it is shown that this wave, which we have named volatile, exchanges energy with the environment. As a result, the temperature of environment falls.

In Chapter 5 it is shown that the lowered temperature around the generator causes a transfer of energy from more distant parts of the environment. This energy  is being  transformed into kinetic energy by the generator.

Thus we explain the nature of the motive forces and the energy source in the generator. At the same time the effects found in the existing generator which haven't yet got an explanation, are being explained. The presented facts are compared with known experiments and illustrated by computations. Detailed information about prototypes may be found in the appendices.