2. Working principles

Rotating helix systems have an ability to thicken or rarefy the media they operate within. Everyone is familiar with the thickening or rarefaction effect of rays of light occurring on rotation of two plates with spiral-shaped cuts in the opposite directions. The effect of moving the light to or from the center depends on helixes' run-on or disperse. In our case the rotating helix-shaped currents serve as a sort of a pump, capable of increasing or discharging the density of electromagnetic field.

•  The rotation of a helix system towards each other for a 1-st type saucer.

The density of electric field decreases in the heat supply area with the thickness increased from point T1 to point T2.

The density of electric field decreases from the circumference of the helix shaped electric currents' system with the thickness increased to point T2.

Beyond the circumference of the helix shaped electric currents' system the density of electric field increases from the circumference towards outer space (see Figure 10).

The magnetic field in the heat supply center increases from point T2 towards the center.

From point T2 towards the circumference of the helix shaped electric currents system's influence the magnetic field's density increases, forming a rarefaction in point T2.

The magnetic field's density increases from the outer space towards the circumference of the helix shaped system's influence, forming a high thickness area within the circumference of the helix shaped system's influence and rarefaction areas in the outer space (see Figure 11).

•  The rotation of a helix system for a 2-st type saucer.

The density of electric field increases within the circumference of the heat supply area from point T1 and the outer space to point T2.

The density of electric field increases within the circumference of the helix shaped system from the influence circumference towards point T2.

Beyond the influence circumference the density of electric field increases in the center (see Figure 12)

The magnetic field in the heat supply circumference rarefies in point T2 and thickens towards the periphery.

From point T2 towards the circumference of the helix shaped system's influence the magnetic field's density increases, forming a rarefaction in point T2.

The magnetic field rarefies in the center of electric discharge, getting thicker towards the circumference of the helix shaped system's influence (see Figure 13).

 

Thermocouple 1-st type operation

1 the center (electric field rarefaction area and magnetic field thickening area);

2 T2 point (electric field thickening area and magnetic field rarefaction area);

3 - helix shaped system influence circumference (electric field rarefaction area and magnetic field thickening area);

4 outer space beyond the helix shaped system influence circumference.

On the structure's surface the system of rotating helix shaped currents operates as a pump, rarefying or making thicker the density of electric and magnetic fields, forming thickened and rarefied areas. Here on the structure's surface the thickened zone expands from the rarefaction area towards the thickened area. Outside of the structure surface the field has to exit the thickened area to the rarefied area. The exit from the thickened area as well as the entrance to the rarefied area is effected perpendicular to the structure's surface. Here the transition of the field's density occurs along the circumference arc.

Condition: the transition of the field's density from the thickened area to the rarefied area occurs if the angle of the transition circumference arc is within

0M aM180.

Let us study how a thermocouple 1-st type operates in heating conditions for the electric field (see Figure 14). When the center is heated, the helixes' rotation conditions initiates. The thickening in point T2 and rarefaction in points 1 and 3 will initiate the delivery of electric field from the outer space until the heating according to schemes 1-2, 3-2 stops. When the heating stops, areas 1-2, 3-2 are closing thus demonstrating a steady equilibrium. For the magnetic field the thickening goes through point T2 from the outer space towards points 1 and 3. The stability of such a system is conditioned by the fact that the thickened magnetic field in point 1 initiates the heating of the center. Thus, the entire system, having received a certain energy potential from the outer space and confined, acquires its stability (see Figure 15). When the potential is removed by the outside consumers the exit of the fields' density is effected through their thickened areas until the formation of a helix dependency, related to the temperatures' gradient, stops. This process is a manifestation of the entire system's cool-down. Such a structure is capable of accumulating and retaining the energy of the environment, which can be utilized. This model is an energy scheme of a rotating gyroscope represented by a cylinder-shaped disc. The 2-nd type thermocouple operates identically to the 1-st type one, but in respect of electric and magnetic fields this operation is mirrored.

The operation of the 1-st type thermocouple having the shape of a truncated cone (a saucer) for the magnetic field (see Figure 16)

The basis for the operation principle of the thermocouple having a shape of a saucer lies in the availability of thickened and rarefied areas which can not get confined in an arc.

Indeed, all the areas are confined on the concave surface of a saucer. There are three of them (for any two-dimensional drawing): 1-2-1; 1-2'-1, 3-2'-3'-2-3. There are two areas on the convex surface of a saucer: 2'-3'-2' and 2-3-2. Areas 1-2 and 1-2' are opened for the angle of the circumference arc exceeds 180 degrees. Consequently, when the process on the concave surface of a saucer is closed, it is opened on the convex surface of a saucer. This opened process is executed according to the following pattern: -4-3-2-1- and 4'-3'-2'-1'-. It means that the magnetic field delivered from the outer space is getting thicker from the periphery towards the center and exits from the center to the outer space.

The operation of the 1-st type thermocouple having the shape of a truncated cone (a saucer) for the electric field (see Figure 17)

The operation mode is identical to the one for the magnetic field with the only exception: the electric field is delivered through the center and, getting thicker, exits through the periphery to the outer space. The thickening pattern is the following: -1-2-3-4- and 1'-2'-3'-4'-.

The 2-nd type thermocouple for a saucer shape operates identically to the 1-st type thermocouple, but in respect of electric and magnetic fields this operation is mirrored. The movement pattern for a magnetic field (1-st type) is shown on Figure 18. The temperature is maintained in the main soldered joint (either central or circumferential one) by the thickness of the magnetic field delivered in this point. Because the electromagnetic field comes in and exits on a path determined by the given structure, one can conclude that such a structure transforms the energy of the outer space, thus changing the entropy of the latter (from the periphery towards the center or vice versa), but nevertheless remaining subject of the law of energy conservation.

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