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Author Topic: Dr Harold Aspden's Motor  (Read 285 times)

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Dr. Harold Aspden:
DISCOVERY OF 'VIRTUAL INERTIA'

http://www.haroldaspden.com/lectures/30.htm

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Readers who are curious about my more general research endeavors may find interest in the specification of U.S. Patent No. 5,376,184 granted to me on December 27th 1994. In connection with the subject of this particular communication I quote from lines 3 to 28 of column 21 of that patent:

        "Now, in a practical device, one can similarly set up electric fields in a metal rotor by displacing those charge carriers, either by inertial action or the action of a magnetic field directed along the spin axis. However, even here physicists have problems understanding the phenomena they observe, as one may see from the scientific paper by James F. Woodward: Electrogravitational Induction and Rotation, Foundations of Physics, 12, pp. 467-478 (1982). On page 472 one reads, after a statement that machine operation produced induced charge in evidence from a voltage:

        Plainly, an effect of some sort is present. Since a negative charge appears during spindown, we may infer either that (1) an initially present positive charge disappears during spindown, or (2) some process drives the sample case to negative potentials during spin-down. The genuine disappearance of charge from the sample/sample-case assembly would be, of course, prima facia evidence for the existence of electrogravitational reduction.

        What this means is that electric charge can be held displaced within a metal to set up electric field gradients in that metal. Woodward did this by inertial spin action, possibly affected by the earth's field, but a similar result can be obtained by building a series-connected capacitor stack."


This induction effect may be related to the TPU's that turned off when flipped over.

I believe the rotation anomalies related to gyroscopes are related to the Aspden Effect:

http://www.tuks.nl/pdf/Reference_Material/Reactionless%20Drive/Hayasaka%20and%20Takeuchi%20-%20Anomalous%20Weight%20Reduction%20on%20a%20Gyroscopes%20Right%20Rotations%20around%20the%20Vertical%20Axis%20on%20the%20Earth.pdf

https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1105/1105.4305.pdf

I have not been able to determine what Aspden's motor looked like when he discovered "virtual inertia".

I did find an article regarding the Adams Motor and another about Aspden's own motor that he felt would exhibit OU.

   

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Spherics had these comments on Aspden's discovery:

This experiment is easy to conduct and verify. You'll also find that there is a disparity when spinning up a block of aluminium without any magnets which is even easier to try as an experiment (disparity of approx. 13-16%). You'll also find the same with nickel (disparity of approx. 8-12%). With unmagnetised iron you'll also get a smaller effect in the region of approx. 5% difference.

   

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Woodward is known best for his work on the Mach Thruster.

Abstract and preview of Woodward's paper mentioned in first post:
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00729995

earlier paper https://www.researchgate.net/publication/226317122_An_experimental_reexamination_of_Faradayan_electrogravitational_induction

Woodward's papers while affiliated with California State University, Fullerton and other places
https://www.researchgate.net/scientific-contributions/79173985_James_F_Woodward

Paper by Tajmar:
https://arxiv.org/ftp/gr-qc/papers/0107/0107012.pdf

More:
https://patents.google.com/patent/EP0486243A2/it

see this one:
http://vixra.org/pdf/1411.0058v1.pdf
The generation of a gravitomagnetic field by a rotating metal sample has been
considered in section 4. Surdin [3, 4] observed magnetic induction fields Beq(em) at the
equator of rotating cylinders of bronze and tungsten, respectively. In table 2 observed,
absolute values of the equatorial field Beq(em) from Surdin [4] are compared with the
corresponding predicted gravitomagnetic fields Beq(gm) from (4.6). Within experimental
error the found agreement of both fields is an indication of the validity of our
gravitomagnetic approach. No explanation for the field reversals, however, has been
given.

   

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This induction effect may be related to the TPU's that turned off when flipped over.


I believe the rotation anomalies related to gyroscopes are related to the Aspden Effect:

http://www.tuks.nl/pdf/Reference_Material/Reactionless%20Drive/Hayasaka%20and%20Takeuchi%20-%20Anomalous%20Weight%20Reduction%20on%20a%20Gyroscopes%20Right%20Rotations%20around%20the%20Vertical%20Axis%20on%20the%20Earth.pdf

https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1105/1105.4305.pdf

I have not been able to determine what Aspden's motor looked like when he discovered "virtual inertia".

I did find an article regarding the Adams Motor and another about Aspden's own motor that he felt would exhibit OU.
Have you checked here? https://web.archive.org/web/19990221061428/http://www.energyscience.co.uk/bib/refs.htm
   
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