The Biological Vacuum The Optimal Driving Force for Machines

Schauberger Repulsator

An amalgam of articles from Implosion Magazine, Nos. 29 pp 27-31 , 53 pp. 24-29 amp 109 pp 9-17 , written 8th July 1954. The scientist states that pressure is exerted outwards in all directions equally, whereas natural pressure e.g. air pressure is exerted inwards from all directions equally. Viktor Schauberger, Implosion Magazine, No. 114, p.29. A few years ago my so-called pioneering patents were applied for in 26 countries. In almost every country the patent assessors declared that I was mad...

The Implosion Machine

Trout Propulsion Principle

An assembly of extracts from Implosion Magazine, Nos. 45, 56, 57, 58, 60 and 83. Every whorl-pipe is a tornado, a vortex. The flow-through material creates a space-spiral. From the starting point movement is both inwards and downwards at the same time. The whorl-pipe must be cone-shaped on its longitudinal axis. In experiments with cylindrical pipes few noteworthy effects were achieved. In addition, there is also a third direction of movement, which seems to be the most important. It is a...

Design Principle for the Repulsator

Repulsator

Fig. 25 Repulsator cross-sectional drawing Fig. 25 Repulsator cross-sectional drawing A Water-Ennobling Device must satisfy the Following Criteria a The water must be able to in-roll on itself, as happens in a natural waterfall. b The water must be able to breathe in order to be to take up added ingredients. These substances can be of solid, liquid or gaseous nature. c A temperature-gradient must evolve the water must be cooled from 17 C 62.6 F down to 4 C 39.2 F , its condition of greatest...

Application for Patent No

Patent 146 141

Viktor Schauberger at Wien-Hadersdorf, Austria, 4th March 1940. Processes and Equipment for the Atomic Transformation of Droppable Liquids or Gaseous Substances. It is known that atomic transformation has been carried out by way of atomic destruction without having achieved any useful economic or commercial results in the process. It is also known that dissociation and recombination, therefore the rearrangement of the atoms, can be effected in the substrate with the aid of catalytic processes....

Motion of Charged Water Particles around the Spiral Charge Collector

Trout Turbine

Photo from the Swedish Biotechnical Research Institute 10 Tractive force This refers to the force described hydraulically as 'Shear force' the force that acts to 'shear off or to dredge and dislodge sediment. In German the term for shear force is'Schubkraft', meaning 'to push, to shove' as well as 'to shear', whereas Viktor Schauberger uses the word 'Schleppkraft'. The verb 'schleppen' means to drag, draw or pull. Viktor Schauberger's choice of 'Schleppkraft' here is quite specific, since in...