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Looking for a propellent force
The below picture shows an imaginary athlete able to twirl 8 hammers.
There is a virtual ring around him, graduated in hours, with a clockwise rotation of the hammers.
The left shoulder of our athlete corresponds to 9 o’clock and his right shoulder to 15; in front of him: from 9 to 15 (10,11, 12, 13,14), and behind him: from 15 to 9.
The athlete twirls his hammers in such a way that, between 15and 17, each hammer is drawn back to his head, then released from 17 onwards (we will come back to this point later).
Each mass is released at 17 and back in its place, at the end of the rope, at 21;
therefore, in this sector, the hammers are quite independent of the driving central axle, figured by our athlete.
At the same time the athlete has to stand a traction effect, as a result of the permanent traction of hammers in the sector 9 to 15.
The lack of traction in the lower hemicycle and the traction effect in the upper one generates a propellent force.
Now, let’s go back to the 15-17 sector. It is obvious that the athlete, in order to draw back the hammer to his head, has to make an effort; the corresponding force reduces the overall traction (3rd Newton’s law) ( it must be mentioned that the drawing has been overdone on purpose on the picture, for comprehensibility reasons).
Technique enables us to decrease it and consequently its effect on the whole system.
I emphasise in advance that, from the athlete’s image to the device submitted to your consideration, the image will remain the reference for sectors, numbers of rods for sliding masses as well as principles.







principe de generation d une force
The latest sketch shows the integration into a hull of the power unit set out in the above drawings - and that is itself only one of many possible versions of applying the process.
Actually, various shapes and techniques can put the principles of this process into practice.
In this particular case, all techniques mentioned in the above texts and drawings are used.
The streamlined tailplane shown by the drawing has only a symbolic meaning, because it is quite possible, from a technological standpoint, to use only the process for making in a 3 - dimensional space. 
For instance, we can think of fitting the power unit on a ball-and-socket joint, which allows to steer it in the 3 - dimensional space.
We can also think of thrust inversions by fitting the electromagnet on a circular rotating pad.
The power unit can be fed with various kinds of energy existing nowadays; its consumption is lesser in comparison with the consumption of currently used spacecrafts.
With such a flying machine the deep space exploration becomes feasible, thanks to the speed that can be reached without an excessive consumption.
Fed by a nuclear pile, with a 1 G acceleration, which is currently workable, the flying machine could reach a 964 Km/sec. speed.
It is obvious that more important thrusts could be used in the case of uninhabited space probes.
Within the context of our research, and in order to be in a position to carry on with them, we are looking for partners or sponsors.
Our team is able to finalise an inhabited vehicle; the tests, after financing, could take place within the 2 years following the starting date of the work.
We are convinced that the device set out is of the utmost relevance to the space propulsion to come and any involvement in this move would provide any potential investor with positive results.
mise en situation du systeme
Inertial mass + leaning on stop
Electro- magnet+
Axial motor
Inertial mass + leaning on stop
Energy equipment compartment
Rod for sliding masses
Electro- magnet +
 Inertial mass + going back to stop
Central axle
Axial engine
Plane view of an half device
Representation of an half-device, without motor or generator.
It can be straight connected to the above drawings, with regard to the application of the force underscored in the process.
In order to avoid any possible misunderstanding, it may be useful to remind that the electromagnet is only used for sending the sliding positive masses back to the central axle, then releasing them.
In no way this electromagnet is involved in the rotation of the system; it is fixed and the rotation of the moving masses is operated by an axial engine (driving central axle).
As it is in the previous drawings, there is a great traction generated by the masses on their stops, transmitted to the whole upper hemicycle; in the lower hemicycle the masses do not lean on any support and can be regarded, during their way back to the stops, as independent and without effect on the overall system
  In this sector, as well as in   the stretch of the opposite   sector, forces cancel each   other out (3rd Newton law)
  In this hemicycle the masses   are under tension from 9 to   15. Such a tension exerts a   traction  effect on the central   axle, pulling it forward.
  Any athlete, who throws   hammer, knows that, under   this kind of configuration ,  he   would be irresistibly pulled   forward,  by the centrifugal   force.
detail des zones lors de la generation d une force
action area
representation schematique orientee du moteur
representation schematique du moteur
Rod for
sliding masses +
Electro- magnet
Sliding mass on stop
Axial engine
Electromagnet feeding
Rod for sliding masses +
Sliding mass on stop
 Sliding  magnetic mass  + pushed back to driving axle
Driving axle
Electromagnet feeding
Axial engine
Amagnetic partition
This representation is complementary with the previous drawing.
Here appear the generators, and the motors, overdone on purpose, for comprehensibility reasons.
We have to point out that, since the beginning, the process is based on 8 rods for sliding masses; there is nothing preventing from fitting more than that.
In this connection, it is quite possible to pile devices so as to increase the thrust.
The present configuration is not the only one studied by our team; simplified versions are already under consideration and development; they will not be taken up here
Schematic representation of a full contrarotation device
Contrarotation device
This drawing is based on the same principles as previous sketches and texts.
The contrarotation aims at balancing the forces, so as to ensure a rectilinear thrust to the overall system.
In this drawing, the engine operating the rotation is left aside, as well as the generators feeding the electromagnets.
An amagnetic partition is shown, aiming at minimising the influence of one system on the other.
Like in the previous drawings the forces are uncoupled (lower hemicycle - upper hemicycle) with a positive result for the upper hemicycle where the masses are continuously pulling on rods and stops.
Contrarotation device
plane view of an half device
Reciprocal action area
Reciprocal action area
Permanent traction area, considered to be propellent ( or more exactly : tractive)
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  Area without any   effect on the overall   system, masses   being not at the   end of the rope



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