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1 Electric Propulsion Technology Faraday Company Ltd
2 Goals Development of T.T.Browns ideas. Experimenting to create advanced aerospace propulsion technology.
3 Author Alexander V. Frolov of Faraday Company Ltd., Russia. Russian Patent Application of February 20, 2004.
4 The Idea Electric interaction (attraction of two charged plates) can be used to get co- directed forces for the both plates.
5 Experiments Experiments were started in 1998, Russia. Propulsion force was detected and demonstrated.
6 Confirmation Experiments in France, Jean L Naudin laboratory. Zoltan Losonc, Hungary. Prof. Nassikas, University of Larissa, Greece This method is named as Frolovs capacitor
7 Development Investigation on the best materials for the capacitors to create effective and low cost propulsion units. Miniaturization of the capacitors to get film or plate as battery of such propulsion units. Preparation for international patenting. Production and sales.
8 Liquid dielectrics Experiments on non-reactive propulsion force also were produced with liquid dielectrics. Result is about 0.4 gram force in simple device powered by 10KV source. Development of the technology also can be made by miniaturization method.
9 Electric interaction principles IMPORTANT NOTE: Electric interaction is result of aether pressure gradient around of each interacting body (Alexander V. Frolov)
10 Gradient of aether Gradient of aether pressure can be created around of single electrically charged body by means of special dielectrics. Simplest case is two different dielectrics.
11 Gradiental dielectric Gradual change of dielectrical permittivity is best method to get non-reactive propulsion force. For each particle of dielectric there is non-zero sum of acting forces.
12 Calculations Calculations for the case of 100 square meter surface: We can estimate active propulsion (lifting) force about kg. The efficiency depend of electrical losses in dielectrical material.
13 Experiment Experiment with two-layers dielectric
14 Conclusions The technology can be used for creation of aerospace propulsion units. There is no significant air ionization to consider the force as result of reactive ions flow.
15 Contacts Alexander V. Frolov Faraday Company Ltd