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


 
 

    The invention relates to a process and an installation for generating a positive or a negative gravitational field through the movement of electrons for the generation of levitational effects.

  For some industrial processes it is desirable to exclude gravitational forces during the production of specific products since these decrease the product quality.  Specific operating sequences could be carried out simpler if it were possible to reduce the gravitational forces at least to a considerable degree.  Until now the only possibility to do so was traveling into space on board of spacecraft since here freedom from gravitation is given.  However, due to the expenses, the distance from all ground-based supply equipment and due to the small spatial dimensions of such spacecraft as well as for a number of other reasons, this is not feasible for industrial applications; only a few research projects can be carried out under the conditions required for this purpose.  For this reason, any possibility of reducing gravitational forces here on earth is of great significance.

  Based on current research decreases of up to 2.5 percent of the gravitational field above superconductors have been observed.  A slight decrease of gravitation can also be observed over rapidly rotating disks, for example comprising ceramics, in the case of hard drives in computers and over the axle shafts of electric motors.  All of these rotating bodies, as are all other bodies, are built of molecules which, in turn, are comprised of atoms which are composed of a nucleus and electrons surrounding this atomic nucleus.  When the body rotates, the electrons take part in the rotation.  These observations on rotating bodies confirm the relationship between mass, velocity and gravitation.

  However, the recognition of this relationship has not led to the discovery of other and more effective possibilities for reducing the gravitational forces acting upon the body.

  The invention avoids the disadvantages of prior art.  It is the task of the invention to reduce gravitation at specific locations in order to generate levitational effects at these sites.

  The invention comprises forcing electrons of an electron current flowing in a superconductor into a spiral path with a multiplicity of windings disposed one adjacent to the other.
 

    The invention relates to a process and an installation for generating a positive or a negative gravitational field through the movement of electrons for the generation of levitational effects.  It is the task of the invention to reduce gravitation at specific locations in order to generate levitational effects at these sites.  The invention
comprises that a body in the form of a spiral-form conductor or a body provided with a spiral-form conductor is set into rotation with the spiral-form conductor
comprising many windings placed or wound in spiral form, that a conductor in the 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.  The invention creates above the
rotating body a gravitational field which is weaker than the gravitational field without the rotating conductor through which flows a current under superconduction.

    The invention combines the above listed observations on rotating bodies with the principle of conservation of angular momentum with a mass disposed on the rotating disk, which is forced from the outer path of greater diameter onto an inner and lesser path and which is manifested through increasing path velocity although the angular velocity remains constant.