See also: Phase-shift Plasma Turbine
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3. Improvements and Efficiency
Not taking into account losses due to electromagnetic radiation:
E=½mv² ⇒ E=½×1×(10)² ⇒ E = 50 J ⇒ E/t = 50J/s ⇒ P = 50W
Acceleration/gravity warps spacetime, and force generates acceleration.
Hence, hypothetically, a FTL moving force can warp spacetime substantially in order to produce an opposing acceleration.
Two Innovative Concepts:
- FTL moving magnetic force, from a multiphase system, can be mathematically verifiable (f ≥ c/L):
- Two emitters, phased [0° 90°], and quarter-wave spaced (nλ+ ¼λ), can produce Standing Waves for generating attraction/repulsion, as previously described.
See video: Relativistic Phase Displacement Space Drive - Warping Space Time with Phased Standing Waves
Alternatively, a simplified warp drive can be implemented with an array of plates spaced-apart ≈¼λ feed with RF in quadrature [0° 90° 180° 270°] ≈ [λ ¼λ ½λ ¾λ] for sequential FTL phase variation (f ≥ c/L) → (L ≥ λ) in order to warp spacetime for generating thrust force in a more energy-efficient way than conventional expelling-mass rockets by interacting with spacetime and/or EM fields that permeate the universe. It is to work similarly to an AC linear induction motor (v=Lf), wherein each plate is out-of-phase with each other, for sequentially producing a sequenced FTL pattern of alternating oscillations, for consequently generating a linear thrust force due to interaction with spacetime. Expected energy consumption, not taking into account EM losses, is 50W/kg @ 1 g-force. It can be powered by solar panels, radioisotope (RTG), and aneutronic fusion reactor. It can be also employed as an alternative to conventional DC tethers, like a shorter phased AC tether more suitable to interact with the magnetosphere, generating thrust force to change orbital altitude of satellite and spacecrafts. By eliminating the need to launch large amounts of propellant into orbit, it can greatly reduce the cost of in-space propulsion.
See video: Phased Electrodynamic Thruster
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- Phase-shifted Electrodynamic Propulsion - Video (2010-11-28)