Gutsche, Gottfried J.
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
October 04, 2012
Huygens-Steiner Theorem, Inertial Propulsion Physics, Propellantless Drive Physics, Reactionless Propulsion Physics.
A mechanical oscillator is examined for generating a vehicular thrust drive in view of the Huygens-Steiner Theorem and tethered inertial mass motions. The trust drive comprises at least two impact rotor driven frequency modulated oscillators using the combined effort of straight line displacement and rotational inertial reluctance contained within flywheels. The flywheel impact rotor combinations are having parallel axial orientation, opposite free wheeling rotation and alternate cyclic straight line free flowing tethered reciprocal motion in union with vehicular travel by means of a straight line to rotational coupled motion. The coupled motions accomplishes the cyclic realignment of the flywheel displacement motions combining the straight and rotational motions into one directional gradient vector sum motivating thrust drive. Imbedded Motor-Generators within the flywheels are performing the frequency modulation on the impact rotors with timed alternating energy drive pulses mutually reciprocally, net unimpededly, exerted between the impact rotor and flywheel. It will be proven that the progressive complex non-uniform combined inertial mass motions are causing cyclic energy avalanche collapse exchanges, causing the average force magnitude to out-perform the oscillator cycle time variations resulting in net self- contained thrust drive exertions consistent with angular velocity differentials. Pendulum Tests: www.mindbites/series/127