The snapshots clearly show what happening.Harry
This is the final test we performed in-house before bringing it to Ga Tech. CID 2 on torsion balance, remote start.Interestingly it moves about the same distance as when on the water table. If we sat and waited CID would return to the start position.
https://quantumdynamicsinc.com/complete-testing-videosPlease see the video rotor magnet is never pushed all the way back in. It stays in equilibrium between the opposing magnet force and centrifugal force, never slamming back in.H.P.
Should I keep posting pictures?H.P.
Thank you for your post I will try this test you have suggested. But I don't think the results will be any different from the pendulum tests that showed CID stayed on one side of the line and never oscillated back and forth.H.P.
Yes, that's my old post. we have come a long way since then. We first tested it at Ga tech with only one ring and we could not attain a thrust vector. So went back and spent 6 months building a new double ring to stop counter rotation and tested it on the water table at GA tech with complete success. Professor Mitchell Walker stands behind the report.
You have not viewed all the testing and information and yet you have some comment. Please review all information before posting.Have you visited the website? Did you see the report from GA tech and the videos on the water table?www.quantumdynamicsinc.com
If the magnitudes of the angular momenta of the counterrotating masses are the same, the net angular momentum could be close to zero. This is because the angular momenta point in opposite directions and can partially or fully cancel each other out, resulting in a reduced net angular momentum.In a closed system where no external torques are acting, the total angular momentum remains constant. This means that even though the individual angular momenta of the counterrotating masses might vary, their sum (taking direction into account) will remain constant over time.Remember that angular momentum is a vector quantity, and the directions of the angular momenta matter when determining their net effect on the system's total angular momentum.
We believe the opposing magnetic field is somehow dissipating the centrifugal force, damping it like a shock absorber like on the Audi TT. So instead of slamming the magnet back in "reaction" it is held in equilibrium between the centrifugal force and the opposing magnetic field. The recently published paper shows how magnets can be used as springs.H.P.
I don't think so, how could you get the dampening without creating friction from the rotor arm touching the springs? On CID the magnets on the rotor never touch the opposing magnet so there is no friction only the damping effect.H.P.
I'm sorry are you trying to say that the Audi TT's shock absorbers do nothing more then transfer the bumps from the road through the shock absorber without dissipating the energy at all. then what is the purpose of the shock absorber? The momentum will go from whatever is being dampened to the dampener and or whatever the dampener is attached to true the energy of this case goes through the magnetic field and that is the dampener