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« Reply #200 on: June 28, 2023, 16:45:01 pm »

If any of you want to give the technology a gift let’s help to find where in the book he say what is described in the patent

My birthday is 7/1 first July hahaha

Thats an impressive book you found, Fabio....
Thank you!

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« Reply #201 on: June 28, 2023, 16:56:19 pm »
That seems like what I read 7 Terra hertz

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« Reply #202 on: June 28, 2023, 17:23:58 pm »
That patent is very interesting

He don’t show anything but that formula

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« Reply #203 on: June 29, 2023, 00:34:58 am »
You maybe can get the German version… I’m going to try finding the patent drawings in Google patent it don’t show because is an European patent

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« Reply #204 on: June 29, 2023, 09:51:22 am »
Electrical particle generator

I think I found a simple explanation to Stan injector

He uses pressurized water to cross a high magnetic field at very high speed

This directly splits the ions to go in opposite directions

The negative ions or positive can be accelerated by a high voltage field or both

And when they cross this magnetic field it simply never reach the accelerating electrode because they are discharged first

Basically with this method the voltage is used as potential energy since the current will never flow thru

Imagine a nozzle and two accelerating plates one positive one negative relative to the nozzle

When water is injected at high speed after being  primed with the correct frequency it will simply ionize

Specially if is in vapor form

It’s ions will be force by Lorentz to generate a voltage on the collector plates that are placed in between the accelerator plates and nozzle

The collector plates will have to be in an angle with the magnetic field to allow the collection of the charges

Actually some magnets can be used for that or also coils but magnets would not cost in energy at first glance

However coils can improve the field and perhaps increase the power output ability

The collector plates will produce a voltage output that has mainly the pressure and the voltage of the acceleration step as energy sources

So a cell generating and activating the water with some decent voltage to get power into water in form or heat

This will generate steam with some hydrogen oxigen that was generated in the process

This pressure is than used to force the water steam into the 41um nozzles that may act as resonant cavities

The important is that the steam is well ionized

That the magnetic field is strong enough to now allow the charges to reach the acceleration plate

The higher the field is the higher is the acceleration voltage that can be apllied and therefore also the output voltage and power

Microwaves could be used to increase the steam temperature right before getting into this generator chamber

Apear to me that this is what Meyer was doing

The output voltage he uses as feedback and the higher it is the highe is the output or ionized gases

It could be used in the filament of a magnetron for example in such a way as to burn the electrons off in a useful manner

I think making water conductive by heat is a economic way of generating the pressure needed

If the acceleration voltage is single I believe the collector plate will need to be only one while the other is the nozzle

Basically is the technology used for mass spectroscopy but focused in generating energy

Adding heat is equivalent to add energy to the individual molecules and this energy is simply vibration

The higher the heat the further the atoms are from each other

And the smaller is the droplet size the easier is for splitting into further molecules

A ultrasonic fogger could be used to heat the water directly and perhaps a high frequency could be applied to the water bath to cause imbalances on the steam fog going up

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« Reply #205 on: June 30, 2023, 09:35:21 am »
a pic of the Thz spectrum with H20

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« Reply #206 on: June 30, 2023, 09:43:41 am »
In this project we investigate a novel method for the determination of leaf water content based on terahertz (THz) technology. As water strongly absorbs Terahertz radiation while unpolar organic material does not, we chose a transmission measurement set-up. The approach is based on an electromagnetic model of the complex THz-permittivity as a function of the water content of the plant leaf described by Jördens et al. (2009).

https://tem-messtechnik.de/en/teraplant-thz-measurement-of-water-in-plants/

THz measurement for in vivo analysis of drought stress in agricultural plants
TEM Messtechnik GmbH contributes to use the principle of generating continuous THz radiation by means of frequency-stabilized lasers and photoconductive antennas to determine the water content of plants directly and non-destructively.

Within the framework of the BMELV’s innovation support program on the topic of “Innovations for the enhanced use of electronics in agriculture and forestry”.

Motivation

The determination of the leaf water content is of high importance for numerous aspects in plant science, i.e. for basic research as well as for various aspects of applied plant biology. Due to the effects of global climatic changes leading to increasing acidification, there is a crucial need for effective tools to select drought stress resistant plants. Accordingly, remote sensing measurements of plant drought stress are actually of high scientific interest. In this context the estimation of leaf water content is inevitable.

In this project we investigate a novel method for the determination of leaf water content based on terahertz (THz) technology. As water strongly absorbs Terahertz radiation while unpolar organic material does not, we chose a transmission measurement set-up. The approach is based on an electromagnetic model of the complex THz-permittivity as a function of the water content of the plant leaf described by Jördens et al. (2009).

Aim

Based on this technology, a new innovative instrument is being constructed, which can detect the water content of plant leafs in-vivo.

The THz radiation is generated in a photo mixing antenna that converts the optical beat note of two interfering diode lasers into THz radiation. At the detector antenna, the incoming THz radiation generates an electric current that depends on both the amplitude and the phase of the incident THz wave. This “coherent detection” allows simultaneous determination of both, the absorption of THz radiation by the water present in the sample, and the changes of the refractive index of the material passed by.

The measuring concept will be also suitable for sensors to control irrigation systems.