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PowerPedia:Magnetic walls

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The History

Magnetic walls were discovered in experiments Roschin and Godin [1]. They write the following:

"One more effect previously not mentioned was observed i.e. the vertical magnetic "walls" around the installation. We noticed and measured the abnormal permanent magnetic field around the converter in the radius of 15 meters. The zones of an increased intensity of a magnetic flux 0,05T located concentrically from the centre of the installation were detected. The direction of magnetic field vector in these walls coincided with the direction of rollers' field vector. The structure of these zones reminded circles on water from the thrown stone. Between these zones a portable magnetometer, which used the Hall's sensor as a sensitive element, did not register abnormal magnetic fields. The layers of an increased intensity are distributed practically without losses up to a distance of about 15 meters from the centre of the converter and quickly decrease at the border of this zone. The thickness of each layer is about 5 - 8 cm. The border of each layer has sharp shape, the distance between layers is about 50 - 60 cm and it slightly accrues when moving from the centre of the converter. The steady picture of this field was observed as well at a height of 6 m above the installation (on the second floor above the lab). Above the second floor the measurements were not carried out."

The Theory

The theoretical explanation of this phenomenon is given in [2,3]. It is shown that at the change of permanent magnets induction in a given point of space (for example, at rotation) a standing electromagnetic wave is generated. More exactly, in the direction of axis ?? (perpendicular to the magnet's face) there appear variations of magnetic intensity as the result of a "splash" of charges on the magnet face surface. Their amplitude depends on ?, which means that along the axis ?? there appears a electromagnetic field which represents a standing electromagnetic wave. This follows directly from the solution of symmetric Maxwell equations with magnetic charges. This is acceptable, be?ause the cylindrical long permanent magnet face may be treated as the bearer of magnetic charges whose density is equal to density of induction. It can be argued that the magnetic wall - it's Energy-dependent Electromagnetic Waves.


:1. V.V. Roschin, S.M. Godin. Experimental Research of the Magnetic-Gravity Effects. Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia,

:2. Khmelnik S.I. Longitudinal electromagnetic wave as a consequence of the integration of Maxwell's equations. "Papers of Independent Authors", publ. «DNA», printed in USA, Lulu Inc., ID 6334835, Israel-Russia, 2009, iss. 11, ISBN 978-0-557-05831-0 (in Russian),

:3. Khmelnik S.I. Energy processes in free-full electromagnetic generators. Publisher by “MiC”, Israel, 2011, second edition, ISBN 978-1-257-08919-2, USA, Lulu Inc., ID 10292524

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