International Journal of Research in Advanced Electronics Engineering
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P-ISSN: 2708-4558, E-ISSN: 2708-4566

International Journal of Research in Advanced Electronics Engineering


2022, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A
Electromagnetic plasma reactor: Implicit application of field torsion III: Derived ionic flow


Author(s): Dr. Francisco Bulnes, JC García-Limón, Victor Sánchez and LA Ortiz-Dumas

Abstract: In the electromagnetic plasma has been demonstrated the existence of derived products from electromagnetic plasma as are phonons, fermions, ions, free electrons and protons, magnetic and electric drifts, which produce a ionic force that could be used as propulsion force considering shock waves produced with an electric field on these ions. Likewise, experimentally and considering direct current and voltage in a constant regime, has been detected as ionic wind which carries fermion products to be used in the possible propulsion of the ionic type. This is another way planted for electromagnetic propulsion proposes of previous works. Likewise through of a caption and detection camera, is measured the electromagnetic properties of the ionic flow of the space derived from the electromagnetic plasma, and is proposed an ionic propeller considering the pressure gradients due to electrons and ions concentrated in a little region of the shock waves produced with an electric field. Also is used mean curvature energy to measure and control the ionic flow.

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Dr. Francisco Bulnes, JC García-Limón, Victor Sánchez, LA Ortiz-Dumas. Electromagnetic plasma reactor: Implicit application of field torsion III: Derived ionic flow. Int J Res Adv Electron Eng 2022;3(2):87-92.
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