a detectable force held.
The kincmassic force field finds theoretical support in the laws of physics, being substantiated by the generalized theory of relativity. According to the general theory of relativity there exists not only u r.tatic gravitational field but also a dynamic component thereof due to the gravitational coupling of relatively moving bodies. This theory purposes that two spinning bodies wiil exerr force on each other. Heretofore the theoretical predictions have never been experimentally substantiated however, as early as 1896, experiments were conducted in an effort to defect pre-
dynamicaily interacting with therein nuclei material of 30 dieted centrifugal forces on stationary bodies^ placed near the staticaaiy member. therriy further polarizing the scin nuclei tncterial in said stationary member and resulting in a usable aon-:!jcf;omagnetic force.
This invention relates to an apparatus and method for f>e in generating energy arising through the relative motion of.moving bodies and for transforming such generated energy into useful work. In '.he practice of the present 40 invention it has been fo:«ra that when bodir; composed of certain material are pleccd in relative motion with respect to one eiiOifier thcic h generated un energy field large, rapidly rotating massea. The results of these eariy experiments were inconclusive, and little else in the nature of this type of work: is known to have been conduced.
It is therefore another object of the present invention 3o to set forth an operative technique for generating a measurable force field due to gravitational coupling of relatively moving bodies.
Another more specific object of the present invention concerns a method of generating a non-clcctromagnetic force field due to the dynamic interaction of relatively moving bodies and for utilizing such forces for tempera-' ture control purposes including the specific application of such forces to the control of lattice vibrations within a crystalline structure thereby establishing an appreciable therein rci hereto/ore oc•served. This (»eld is uut clcctro-ma^nctlc in natvre; being bv theoretical prediction re- 45 temperature reduction, t'rese principles being useful for
Iated to the gravitational coupling of moving bodies.
The initial evidence indicates that tin's nonelectromag-netic field is gene: a ted is a result of the relative motion of bodies constitute«! of elements whose nuclei are char-
example in the design of a heat pump.
The foregoing objects and features of novelty which characterize the present invention as well as other objects of the invention are pointed out with particularity in the acterizeH. by half integral "«pin" values; the spin of the 50 claims annexed to and forming a part of the present nuclu being .-'ynonymous vith the angtMar momentum of tiic nuclei is thereof. The nuclecn3 in turn comprise the elemerul particles of t!;e nucleus; i.e., the neutrons and protons. For pu.pow of the present invention, the field spection. For a better understanding of the invention, its advantages and specific objects allied with its use, reference should be made to the accompanying drawings and descriptive matter in which there is illustrated and de generated by the reir.uve motion of materials characterized 55 scribed a preferred embodiment of the invention.
by a half integral. sj.in value is referred to as a "hine-masric' force tie'.d.
It *A*iiI be appreciated that relative motion occurs on various level:», i.e., there may be relative morion of discrete bodies as well a; of the constituents thereof including, on a subatomic level, the nucleons of the nucleus. The kir.emas.sic force fieid und:r consecration is a result of such relative motion, being a function of the dynamic interaction of two rel.%theiy moving bodies including the elemental particles thereof. The value of the Idnemassic 65 force field, :rcaterf by reason of the dynamic interaction of the bodies experiencing relative motion, is the algcbraie jum cl 'he fields created by reason of the dynamic Interaction of both elementary ^articl/:« and of th«- divrrtc bodies.
For a closed system comprising only a stationary body, the kincmassic force, due to the dynamic interaction o£
In the drawings: FIG. 1 is an overall perspective view of equipment constructed according to the present invention, this equipment being designed especially for demonstrating the U0 useful applications of kincmassic force fields;
FIG. 2 is an illation schematic of apparatus components comprising the kincmassic field circuit of the apparatus of FIG. 1, showing the field series relationship of generator and detector units;
FIGS. 3, 4 and 5 show the generator of FIGS. 1 and 2 in greater detail;
FIG. 0* is an enlarged view of the detector working air gap area of the apparatnj of FIGS. 1 and 2;
FIG. 7 i* 3 sectional view of FIG. 6 shoving associated 70 control and monitoring equipment; and
FIG. 8 represents measured changes in the operating characteristics of a crystalling target subject to a kino-
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