PROCESS AND INSTALLATION FOR GENERATING A GRAVITATIONAL FIELD
U.S. Patent Application by Peter Bettels,  German Foreign Reference No. 19832.001.9,  Priority date:  July 16, 1998
 
 

 

PATENT  CLAIMS


 
 

1.    Process for generating a positive or a negative gravitational field through the movement of electrons for the generation of levitational effects, characterized in  that electrons of an electron current flowing in a superconductor are forced  into a spiral path with a multiplicity of windings disposed closely adjacent one to the other.

2.   Process as claimed in claim 1,
characterized in that a rotationally symmetrically structured body with at least one conductor in superconducting state which extends radially or with
radial components from the outside into the proximity of the axis is set into rapid rotation and
the electrons in this conductor are enabled to flow.

3.   Process as claimed in claim 1,
characterized in that the electrons are enabled to flow in a body in the form of a spiral-form conductor or provided with a spiral-form conductor comprising many
windings disposed in spiral form, that a conductor in superconducting state is used, and that electrons flowing in this conductor are forced from an outer winding
of large diameter onto an inner central winding of lesser diameter via the windings disposed between them.

4.   Process as claimed in claim 3,
characterized in that the body comprising a spiral-form conductor or provided with a spiral-form conductor is set into rotation.

5.    Process as claimed in claim 4,
characterized in that the angular velocity of the rotating body is kept constant and thereby an increasing path velocity of the electron current is generated.

6.    Process as claimed in claim 4,
characterized in that the angular velocity of the rotating body is changed and thereby varying gravitational forces are generated.

7.    Process as claimed in claim 3,
characterized in that the conductor is in disposed spiral form in a plane.

8.    Process as claimed in claim 1,
characterized in that the conductor is disposed in spiral form on a conical surface or on the surface of a truncated cone or on any other curved rotationally symmetrical
surface.

9.    Installation for generating a positive or a negative gravitational field through
the movement of electrons in a body for the generation of levitational effects, characterized in; that in a rotationally symmetrically structured body at least one onductor in superconducting state is disposed, which extends radially or with radial components from the outside into the proximity of the axis, that a driving means for this body is provided which sets it into rapid rotation, and that to the two ends of this conductor a potential is applied.

10.    Installation for generating a positive or a negative gravitational field through the movement of electrons in a body for the generation of levitational effects, characterized in that the body has the form of a spiral-form conductor or is provided with a spiral-form conductor, with the spiral-form conductor comprising many windings placed or wound in spiral form, that the conductor is in the superconducting state, and that onto this conductor a potential is applied which forces an electron
current from an outer winding of large diameter of this conductor onto an inner central path of smaller diameter via the windings disposed between them.

11.    Installation as claimed in claim 10,
characterized in that a driving means is provided which sets the body into rapid rotation.

12.    Installation as claimed in claim 9 or 10,
characterized in that the angular velocity of the rotating body is constant whereby an increasing path velocity of the electron current is generated.

13.    Installation as claimed in claim 9 or 10,
characterized in that the angular velocity of the rotating body is variable and thereby variable gravitational forces are generated.

14.    Installation as claimed in claim 10,
characterized in that the conductor disposed in spiral form is disposed in a plane.

15.    Installation as claimed in claim 10,
characterized in that the conductor is disposed in spiral form on a conical surface or on the surface of a truncated cone or on any other curved rotationally symmetric
surface.

16.    Installation as claimed in claim 9 or 11,
characterized in that the rotating body is connected to a stationary power source via sliding contacts or frictionless through arcs on circular current collectors ompassing
the conductors.

17.   Installation as claimed in claim 11,
characterized in that the spiral is set into rotation about its axis counter to the direction of its winding.

18.    Installation as claimed in claim 9 or 11,
characterized in that the cross section of the conductor decreases from a maximum value at the outer edge of the body to a minimum value in the interior.