4. Combined Type
The combined type is made up of two “saucers” – 1-st and 2-nd type.
Combined type A (see Figure 19).
The fields' movement pattern is clearly visible on Figure 19. The separated process is carried out according to the following scheme: -1-2-3-4-4'-3'-2'-1'-. In other words, the field enters the center of one half and exits from the center of the other one. You will get the space tension scheme by overlapping Figure 18a with Figure 18b. This structure has the following advantages:
The narrow-banded incoming field lines bundle provides for an opportunity to accurately read the information on the direction and “velocity” of the movement. The “saucer” travels as if it went along the beam.
The inner area is protected, which is different from the structure (see Figures 16, 17) where the inner area has its field protection only.
The internal central flow 1'-1 gives a possibility to pick up certain potential (inner tube), and, possibly, to control the entire system by influencing it.
Heating the center of one half provides for the necessary temperature gradient for both parts.
Combined type B (see Figure 20).
The separated process is carried out according to the following scheme: -4-4'-. All the other processes are closed. Consequently, this structure will be a stable one. The separated process goes on with no thickening, thus influencing the orientation of the entire structure only. The disadvantage of such a structure could possibly be a certain difficulty in provision of the heat synchronization.
Combined type C (see Figure 21) “Flying Sphere”.
In the frameworks of this structure when points T2 travel to one and the same location the process becomes an entirely closed one. The separated process -4-4'-provides for the orientation only, for no field thickening takes place. The field, so to say, flows around the entire structure. Should point T2 move to the location shown on Figure 22, the process would also be a closed one. The dotted line shows the line of initial close-down. Point T2, however, results in creation of an additional rarefaction area on one side, and additional thickening area – on the other side. In this case the field closes down, should the circumference arc angle exceed 180 degrees. A “dumb-bell” is formed. The separated process in this case is carried out according to the following scheme: -4'-4-and –2'-2-, determining the orientation. Should point T2 move to the location shown on Figure 23, the closed process would be carried out at the periphery. The dotted line shows the line of initial close-down. Additional rarefaction pressure closes the process down should the angle exceed 180 degrees. A circumferential torus is formed. The separated process in this case is carried out according to the following scheme: -1'-1-.With points T2 placed in other locations energy supercharge occurs and leads the system to its collapse. The entire structure is characterized by its polymorphism, i.e., it changes its configuration as a function of points T2 location. The main feature of all the varieties of this structure is the agreement of its fields' configuration with the configuration of nuclear and electron shells:
A sphere –sub-level S;
A “dumb-bell” –sub-level P;
A torus – sub-level D.
The central closed process is an atom “nucleus”. One can surely say atoms have no electrons or nuclei!!! What is there instead is only fields' configuration, their energy status, direction of their rotation and orientation. Any change of time density in these structures leads to occurrence of a force inversely proportional to the square of time density increase. Consequently, such a structure allows to perform the studies of micro-processes on a macro-level. It is specifically this combined type B that should be subjected to the most thorough study.
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