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BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
Fig. 1 is a schematic depiction of the production of longitudinal EM waves from transverse EM waves, and time density waves from longitudinal EM waves.
Fig. 2 illustrates the time-charging of an electron to contrast a time-density-excited state used in the present invention with a conventional spatial-energy-excited state.
Fig. 3 shows the interference of time-density waves producing longitudinal EM waves, and the interference of longitudinal EM waves producing transverse EM waves.
Fig. 4A illustrates forming a time-density EM wave with a controlled substructure, by selecting and mixing constituent wave pairs, the constituent wave pairs being bidirectional phase-conjugate longitudinal EM waves, which may in turn be formed from constituent conventional transverse EM waves chosen from a harmonic series.
Fig. 4B illustrates a longitudinal EM wave pair given a difference frequency.
Fig. 5 is a flowchart illustrating a series of operations, according to embodiments of the present invention, that may be used to form a scalar potential with a deterministic substructure.
Fig. 6 is a flowchart illustrating operations, according to embodiments of the present invention, for creating conditioned pseudo longitudinal wave pairs and a conditioned scalar potential of infinite velocity, also known as a quantum potential.
Fig. 7 shows the production of conventional transverse EM waves in a target zone by interference of two time-density EM waves, which may be conditioned.
Fig. 8A is a schematic of an apparatus that may be used to condition a scalar potential using a coil.
Fig. 8B is a schematic of a different apparatus that may be used to condition a scalar potential using a plasma.
Fig. 9A is a schematic depicting an apparatus for multi-stage mixing that may be used to condition a scalar potential.
Fig. 9B is a schematic of yet another embodiment to produce a conditioned scalar potential using gas breakdown.
Fig. 9C is a diagram illustrating the nonlinear optics principle of self-targeting, and an enhanced method of exploiting them.
Fig. 10 illustrates an apparatus, according to one embodiment of the present invention, that may be used to convert transverse EM waves into longitudinal EM waves.
Fig. 11A is a diagram of an apparatus, according to a further embodiment, that may augment the present invention’s wave conversion process.
Fig. 11B illustrates yet another method for creating a time-density wave.
Fig. 12 is a block diagram of a data processing system suitable for use as a controller in embodiments of the present invention.
Fig. 13 is a more detailed block diagram of a data processing system useful in embodiments of the present invention.
Fig. 14A is a block diagram of a codec for modulating a conditioned scalar potential upon a conventional sine wave carrier (carrier and its input to mixer not shown).
Fig. 14B is a block diagram of yet another embodiment for conditioning a scalar potential with an input signal and modulating it onto a sine-wave carrier for conventional transmission.
Fig. 15 is a block diagram of a system for interference of scalar potentials in a target zone using two transmitters and predetermined spacetime curvature engines.
Fig. 16 is a block diagram of a variant system for scalar potential interference using two transmitter systems and producing the spacetime curvature engines from transverse waves.
Fig. 17 depicts another scalar interference embodiment where a single transmitter may transmit two scalar potential beams by means of timed pulses.
Fig. 18 illustrates an embodiment that uses scalar interference to add or remove spatial energy from a distant target.
Fig. 19 shows an apparatus for altering chemicals by creating a time reversal zone within a reaction vessel.
Fig. 20 is a diagram of a mobile system that may be used to decontaminate buildings and similar structures via the interference of conditioned scalar potentials.
Fig. 21 is a flowchart showing steps of a process, according to embodiments of the present invention, to utilize a database of predetermined spacetime curvature engines in combination with interference between conditioned scalar potentials to act on a specified agent such as a disease-causing agent.
Fig. 22 depicts a mobile system that may be used, e.g., for biologically decontaminating a target zone, preferably utilizing a database of predetermined spacetime curvature engines, according to embodiments of this invention.
Fig. 23A is a block diagram of an interferometer system and apparatus, according to embodiments of the present invention, useful to alter the rate of a nuclear reaction, such as to induce quick α-decay in samples of otherwise longer-lived isotopes.
Fig. 23B is a diagram of an instrument to detect time-density charging and the initiation of time-charge excitation decay.
Fig. 24 illustrates a modified electrolysis apparatus using engineered time-reversal zones to form, e.g., deuterium nuclides and/or α particles.
Fig. 25A depicts an ordinary mirror versus a phase-conjugate mirror.
Fig. 25B shows the conventional method for creating an amplified phase-conjugate replica wave by pumping a nonlinear medium.
Fig. 26A depicts a time-reversal of a mass by an amplified vacuum anti-engine.
Fig. 26B depicts an application of the Fig. 26A process to alter a mass to a desired state that it never previously possessed.
Fig. 27 is a schematic of a portable treatment unit that may be used to treat a living body.
Fig. 28 is an illustration of the Fig. 27 unit.
Fig. 29 is an illustration of a non-portable hospital and research embodiment of the portable apparatus shown in Fig. 27 and Fig. 28.
Моделирование электростатических и электромагнитных полей приминительно к процессам газоочистки и электролиза
Российский государственный университет инновационных технологий и предпринимательства
Соловьева Е. Б. Укороченный итерационный метод нелинейной компенсации // Электронное моделирование. 2005. Т. 27, №4. С. 75–85
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