Bifeld Brown:on levitations of the basic circuit and its field surface on curled vector constructs

Presenting BIFELD BROWN DESIGNS

and my own theory on ultra lift

By Henryk Szubinski

On the materials usability of the same nano materials employed in the SPACE ELEVATOR as usable with BIFELD BROWN DESIGNS

as applicative for the lite weight needed for vechicles to interact on a multiple interactions variance by the usage of nano materials switched for the FOIL types at the same weight to compensate for maintained manouvrability y the lite weight for which a passengers or drivers weight could be deciaml interacted on the weight of materials conserved with the drivers weight being dissonated to 90 % of the vechicle stability at lite weight = 100 %.

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what is needed is the input of the driver into a system with very high responses to its stable weight so that the resistance works where the minimal weights m2 = to a non alterability of the 20% sections

20 %———mass of vechicle————-40%———–driver input———–60%———–driver + vechicle—————80 %——–mass of vechicle———————–100%

this will define the basics of the whole values in their sections as the values of 100 degrees roll for each section by a type of gravity LOCK which can be activated for parking as well as the stability of the whole value formats in their responsive data as = the weight by which the general data components are redefinable on any case section where the delivery of the data in sections concerned with

30 %————-wave out——————–60 %——wave in————————90 %———–wave out——————-100 %

will interact on the basics of the motivated data as being the stability of all the sections as related to H2O and buoyancy of a type of HOSE

to illustrate the wave types and the basics of displacement = S / 3+ 4

=S/ 7 as the section concerned with the basics of the reversals of LOAD by the inputs of the wave form as reversible by the lim x = the vechicle weight distributions by using a similar drive generator in the tail section as is BUOYANT enough and constructed in the same triangulations format as the basis of the vechicle to conserve the added weight of a driver and the basis of the load levels as are basically on a + / – 10 % value as relates to the possibilities of the whole section being in a type of flow vector tube along the stream line to define the regulations of flow by the basis of the levels of 10 %..

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this tech  has been quiet for about 50 years

designed by Bifeld Brown as basic TAKE on static fields by grabbing from the triangulations and their 6o degree isocelees

basically S / 2

+ A / S

= volume field

as the basics of uncertainty of the basis height of a static electrical field = h

would need to be subdivided by the value of angle alterations of current that does not go into the 60 degree field by 60 degree responses

= 60 /h

so that the error = + / –

60 /h = S/2 ( A / S)

 

basics of the boosted force of lift by the 3 intersector circuits that act on a 15 degree common value of making the circuit work faster as well as using the boosting by a curvature roof or dome as the basis for the divisives into 60 degree sections doing their work load by the circuit

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building this type of vechicle and substituting the metal foils with nano technology would be the basic method to make durable and non distortional vechicles out of the lite weight and super strong materials to construct the vechicle shell

going at about 30 % lighter than the usual foil types the weight LIFT value could easily be a 80 % reduction with the weight being 50 % stabilised by the drivers weight

leaving the 20 to 30 % for the controll components which could also be nano lite weight

 

Nanomaterials is a field that takes a materials science-based approach to nanotechnology. It studies materials with morphological features on the nanoscale, and especially those that have special properties stemming from their nanoscale dimensions. Nanoscale is usually defined as smaller than a one tenth of a micrometer in at least one dimension,[1] though this term is sometimes also used for materials smaller than one micrometer.

 

SEM micrograph of amorphous colloidal silica particles (average particle diameter 600 nm) formed in basic solution from TEOS.

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Nanoparticles or nanocrystals made of metals, semiconductors, or oxides are of particular interest for their mechanical, electrical, magnetic, optical, chemical and other properties. Nanoparticles have been used as quantum dots and as chemical catalysts.

Nanoparticles are of great scientific interest as they are effectively a bridge between bulk materials and atomic or molecular structures. A bulk material should have constant physical properties regardless of its size, but at the nano-scale this is often not the case. Size-dependent properties are observed such as quantum confinement in semiconductor particles, surface plasmon resonancein some metal particles and superparamagnetism in magnetic materials.

Nanoparticles exhibit a number of special properties relative to bulk material. For example, the bending of bulk copper (wire, ribbon, etc.) occurs with movement of copper atoms/clusters at about the 50 nm scale. Copper nanoparticles smaller than 50 nm are considered super hard materials that do not exhibit the same malleability and ductility as bulk copper. The change in properties is not always desirable. Ferroelectric materials smaller than 10 nm can switch their magnetisation direction using room temperature thermal energy, thus making them useless for memory storage.Suspensions of nanoparticles are possible because the interaction of the particle surface with the solvent is strong enough to overcome differences in density, which usually result in a material either sinking or floating in a liquid. Nanoparticles often have unexpected visual properties because they are small enough to confine their electrons and produce quantum effects. For example goldnanoparticles appear deep red to black in solution.

The often very high surface area to volume ratio of nanoparticles provides a tremendous driving force for diffusion, especially at elevated temperatures. Sintering is possible at lower temperatures and over shorter durations than for larger particles. This theoretically does not affect the density of the final product, though flow difficulties and the tendency of nanoparticles to agglomerate do complicate matters. The surface effects of nanoparticles also reduces the incipient melting temperature.

 

Rotating view of Buckminsterfullerene C60

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the arrangement of details for a otter example as it maintains its bouyancy value while the body mass is the same but the environment of H2O (f) makes its usage of water as a type of vechicularity it goes into and outof by basic options for the type of weight interactions

 

the basic constructs of a BIFLED EFFECT SEAT which would lift the driver

 

 

 

 

basically to simulate this type of nano materials usage the driver could be seated in a BIFELD BROWN type of SEAT and the basic weight of the vechicle could be equalised to zero by its strength of pourosity to such a degree that the weight is not noticeable at all

while the driver makes up for the extra weight as though in similar involvements as with foil..

 

 

 

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