The Transdimensional's Lifter1 Calculation
By Steve Burns
created on October 10th, 2001 - JLN Labs - Last update October 19th, 2001
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Sujet : [jlnlabs] Lifter Experiment and Theory Agreement 
Date : 10-18-01 14:53:56
De : Steve Burns
A : jlnlabs@yahoogroups.com
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Hi All,

I discovered Jeans Lifter yesterday. This is similar to his previous dome experiment where reversing polarity did not matter. This rules out ion acceleration. I have modeled the lifter using simple electrostatic theory and get excellent agreement with Jean's data using first order approximations.

For the simple triangle lifter, I calculate 34KV to hover and 40KV will upward accelerate the lifter at 4.75 meters/second^2 overcoming inertia. This is half of free fall acceleration and is consistent with the video observations. The model will allow scaling, plate size determination and permittivity selection.

Best-
Steve Burns


The Lifter's Thrust Calculator
based on the Steve Burns' spreadsheet by JL Naudin
last update 10-19-01
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Surrounding medium specifications

eo -permittivity of free space (coul/Vm) :
er – relative permittivity of medium (1.0 for air or vacuum) :
g - gravitational acceleration constant of Earth (m/s^2) :

Asymmetrical capacitor specifications

l - length of the plate ( mm ) :
h - height of the plate ( mm ) :
d - distance from wire to center of plate ( mm ):
wd - wire diameter ( mm ) :
w - weight of plate, wire and supports ( g ) :

Power supply specification

V - voltage between wire and plate ( V ) :

A1 - Surface area of wire :
A2 - Qurface area of plate :

F1 - Force from wire to plate :
F2 - Force from plate to wire :

FT - Total thrust :

A - Acceleration of Lifter craft :

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The Lifter1 experiment


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