The Radial Lifter
by Marco Van Rees

created on April 4, 2003 - JLN Labs - Last update April 4, 2003
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Sujet : Radial lifter 
Date : 01/04/2003 22:59:26 Paris, Madrid
De : Marco van Rees ( The Netherland )
A :
Envoyé via Internet

Good morning,

I send you some photos of again another lifter type. I call it a Radial lifter.

My purpose of this shape is not only to hopefully preserve the maximum effect of the single lifter element but also to create an asymmetry in the total field from the centre of the lifter to the outer circle. The shape also supports a high density structure by adding one or more circles to the structure (for example: the second ring is half imbedded in the first, the thirt into the second, etc.)

There is also another purpose of the radial shape of the lifter. It is a way of introducing the concept of a rotating electric field into the lifter system. By circulair “powering” off-on each element after the other there will be created a rotating electric field . Fact is that I cannot say that this will benefit to the performance of the lifter but even though it is interesting to experiment with. At this moment however I still use the plain old high voltage static 25 Kv DC. There needs to be done some work in designing and building a proper power supply with several channels that can be switched separately to support the rotating system.

Back to basics:
The problem of all the above is of course that the ideas are mainly based on vague assumptions and intuition on how the field is formed. There’s only one thing that looks obvious: the more asymmetry in the field shape the better the effect is.
In fact, it would help to see what the field shape is in reality. I am not sure that the field simulators that I saw on the net are really of any help (do they fully comply with the real shape of an asymmetric field?). To my opinion some extra effort needs to be done in researching the field shape in order to understand really the Biefeld Brown effect so we can use it in a more effective way.
At this point I like the practical approach rather then the theoretical
To start with a single lifter element. I am still into the process of thinking over how to visualise the field around it. Good suggestions are of course welcome.

With best regards

Marco van Rees

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