Homological Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Demonstrations on the Existence of Superconducting Effects Necessaries to Magnetic Levitation/Suspension


Considering results obtained in magnetic levitation and suspension of the symmetrical bodies are designed and developed several experiments of the electromagnetism that demonstrate the effects of a superconductor necessary to the magnetic levitation/suspension. This generates bases to the development of a reactor to impulse and anti-gravitational magnetic displacement of a vehicle considering the production and transference of Eddy currents on their structure to microscopic level and the effect of auto-levitation/auto-suspension that is obtained with the iso-rotations of the impulse magnetic ring of the proper vehicle.

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F. Bulnes and A. Álvarez, "Homological Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Demonstrations on the Existence of Superconducting Effects Necessaries to Magnetic Levitation/Suspension," Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 5 No. 6, 2013, pp. 255-263. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2013.56041.

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