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Science: How a basic Electro-Plasma Sensor/emitter works

Postby Arcos » Sat Dec 21, 2013 1:01 am

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Re: Science: How a basic Sensor/emitter works

Postby Arcos » Sat Dec 21, 2013 1:03 am

I've been kicking this around a bit.... here are two schematic drawings I did tonight.
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Re: Science: How a basic Electro-Plasma Sensor/emitter work

Postby Arcos » Sun Mar 16, 2014 1:50 am

When looking at a Deflector, you have a similar relationship to post-modern electronics. However, although the intereaction is LIKE a transformer, you have a Field affect TRANSISTOR-LIKE altering the output. In laymens equivelence it alters the relationship of electro-magnetic wavelengths creating both a saftey net for the ship, and can also be used to transmit wavelengths.

A plasma coil is heated from the rear of the deflector, with a previously filled Hydrogen in a vacuum environment siliar to an old cathode ray tube. The combo: Plasma fields and electronic componets work together to bring coil-like synergy emitting desired wavelength.

Additionally: The plasma coil in the nacells of a starship react heated plasma with a shunt reaction to which two directional flow one in separate ring coil and shunt pole, work in conjunction with heating with convection in plasma bringing the heat of the plasma back to the heating point/element . The dual nacell affect has been popular in recent years, and relays unity between the two shafts and shunts seperately. The drive itself is powered by an anti-matter reaction chamber, which directs heated plasma toward the nacells and can be exhausted during drive stasis.
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