PROCESS AND INSTALLATION
FOR GENERATING A GRAVITATIONAL
U.S. Patent Application by Peter Bettels, German Foreign Reference No. 19832.001.9, Priority date: July 16, 1998
The drawings show:
Fig. 1 a side elevation of an apparatus according the invention with a disc carrying the conductors.
Fig. 2 an elevation of a disc carrying straight radial conductors.
Fig. 3 an elevation of another disc with radial conductors of a spiral shape.
Fig. 4 an elevation of another disc with only one conductor of a spiral shape.
Fig. 5 an elevation of an alternative disc.
Fig. 6 a side elevation of another apparatus
according the invention.
The drawings show apparatus and parts of theese according the invention.
These drawings are schematic pictures very simplified, because all the
equipment to produce the very low temperatures (near the absolute zero
point) are not shown.
The apparatus shown in Fig. 1 consists of a rotating
disc brought in motion by the electro-motor 2 with the shaft 3 on which
the disc 1 is fastened. The electro-motor 2 is carried by supports 4.
Over the disc is situated a room 5 with lowered gravity carried by supports
6. Electric voltage is brought from the electrodes 7
of electricity) by cables 8 to brushes 9 as sliding contacts made by fine conducting wires.
Each of the shown discs 1 has an inner conductor ring
10 and an outer conductor ring 11 to which electric voltage is brought
by the brushes 9. Between these two conductor rings are the
radial conductors 12, 13, 14, 15 in which the electrons flow from the outer
conductor ring 11 to the inner conductor ring 10 (claim 3).
Each disc 1 has a central hole 24 through which the shaft 3 of the electric
motors 2 extends.
In the case of Fig. 2 the conductors 12 are straight and radial
disposed. The way of the electrons on the conductors 12 on the rotating
disc 1 has the form of a spiral
(observed from the ground 16 and indicated by dotted lines in Fig. 2).
In the case of Fig. 3 the conductors 13 have the form
of spirals. Here a multiplicity of conductors 13 leads from the outer
conductor ring 11 to the inner conductor ring 10.
In the case of Fig. 4 only one conductor 14 in form
of a multiple twisted long item leads from the outer conductor ring 11
to the inner conductor ring 10.
Fig. 5 shows an example of conductors 15 of a large
dimension at the outer conductor ring 11 and of smaller dimension at the
inner conductor ring 10.
The apparatus of Fig. 6 consists of a support 17 carrying
a non-visible motor and a cone 18 carrying a spiral wounded conductor 18
between an lower conductor ring 20 and an upper conductor ring 21 fed with
electricity by sliding contacts 9. Rooms 22 with diminished
gravity are over this arrangement. These are carried by supports