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Complete text and all illustrations for the monograph [1e] by Dr Jan Pajak, "Advanced Magnetic Propulsion Systems" (1990, ISBN 0-9597698-9-7)


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Chapter G:

Fig. G1 [1e] Figure G1: Principle of tilting the magnetic propulsor.

Fig. G2 [1e] Figure G2: The magnetic propulsion unit of the Magnocraft.

Fig. G3 [1e] Figure G3: Two alternative flight postions of the Magnocraft: upright and inverted.

Fig. G4 [1e] Figure G4: A side view of the Magnocraft and UFO type K3.

Fig. G5 [1e] Figure G5: The Magnocraft type K3 cross-section that shows the design and main features.

Fig. G6/#1 [1e] Figure G6-#1: Flying complexes (cigar shaped)of UFOs and Magnocraft.

Fig. G6/#2 [1e] Figure G6-#2: Semi-attached configuration.

Fig. G6/#3 [1e] Figure G6-#3: Detached configuration.

Fig. G6/#4 [1e] Figure G6-#4: A carrier platform (a mother ship).

Fig. G6#5 [1e] Figure G6-#5: A flying system of UFOs and Magnocraft.

Fig. G6/#6 [1e] Figure G6-#6: A flying cluster of several UFOs and Magnocraft.

Fig. G7 [1e] Figure G7: A spherical complex of K3 type Magnocreaft.

Fig. G8(a) [1e] Figure G8 (a): A "stacked cigar-shaped flying complex" composed of six Magnocraft/UFOs type K6. A side view of the entire complex.

Fig. G8(b) [1e] Figure G8 (b): Axial cross section showing the location of magnetic propulsors.

Fig. G9 [1e] Figure G9: A double-ended cigar shaped flying complex.

Fig. G10(a) [1e] Figure G10 (a): Example of a "fir tree" shaped flying complex. (a) vertical cross section.

Fig. G10(b) [1e] Figure G10 (b): Side view.

Fig. G11 [1e] Figure G11: A very simple semi-attached configuration of K3 type Magnocraft.

Fig. G12 [1e] Figure G12: A "flying necklace" semi-attached configuration.

Fig. G13(high) [1e] Figure G13 (high): An example of K7 detached configuration. (a) External appearence.

Fig. G13(low) [1e] Figure G13 (low): Vertical cross-section shopwing the location of propulsors.

Fig. G14 [1e] Figure G14: An example of a carrier platform.

Fig. G15 [1e] Figure G15: A "zig-zag" carrier configuration.

Fig. G16(a) [1e] Figure G16 (a): Examples of flying systems. (a) A single cell composed of 16 K3 type Magnocraft.

Fig. G16(b) [1e] Figure G16 (b): Flying system shaped as "flutes".

Fig. G16(c) [1e] Figure G16 (c): Flying system shaped as a "honeycomb".

Fig. G16(d) [1e] Figure G16 (d): Flying system shaped as a "platform".

Fig. G17 [1e] Figure G17: An example of a flying cluster.

Fig. G18 [1e] Figure G18: Coupling through a detached configuration.

Fig. G19 [1e] Figure G19: Coupling through a semi-attached configuration.

Fig. G20 [1e] Figure G20: Force interactions acting in Magnocraft.

Fig. G21 [1e] Figure G21: A top view of one cell of flying systems.

Fig. G22(a) [1e] Figure G22 (a): Meshing of flanges in flying systems. (a) K3 type Magnocraft.

Fig. G22(b) [1e] Figure G22 (b): Two cigar of K6 type mutually mesched.

Fig. G22(c) [1e] Figure G22 (c): two cigar of K7 type mutually mesched.

Fig. G23 [1e] Figure G23: Equations describing shape and dimensions of the Magnocraft.

Fig. G24(K3) [1e] Figure G24 (a-K3): Side outlines of eight types of Magnocraft. (a) K3 type.

Fig. G24(K4) [1e] Figure G24 (a-K4): K4 type.

Fig. G24(K5) [1e] Figure G24 (a-K5): K5 type.

Fig. G24(K6) [1e] Figure G24 (a-K6): K6 type.

Fig. G24(K7) [1e] Figure G24 (b-K7): K7 type.

Fig. G24(K8) [1e] Figure G24 (b-K8): K8 type.

Fig. G24(K9) [1e] Figure G24 (b-K9): K9 type.

Fig. G24(K10) [1e] Figure G24 (b-K10): K10 type.

Fig. G25 [1e] Figure G25: Methods of identifying the magnocraft's type.

Fig. G26 [1e] Figure G26: The creation of latitudinal thrust force.

Fig. G27 [1e] Figure G27: The "rolling sphere rule" for determing the flight direction.

Fig. G28 [1e] Figure G28: The counteracting of the magnetic whirl.

Fig. G29 [1e] Figure G29: Magnetic circuits and magnetic whirl. The formation of magnetic circuits by propulsion system of Magnocraft.

Fig. G30(a) [1e] Figure G30 (a): The spinning circuits of K6 type Magnocraft. (a) The vertical cross-section.

Fig. G30(bc) [1e] Figure G30 (bc): Side view showing magnetic circuits.

Fig. G31 [1e] Figure G31: principles involved in converting field pulses from side propulsors into a Magnetic whirl.

Fig. G32 [1e] Figure G32: An example of the "ionic picture of a whirl".

Fig. G33(a) [1e] Figure G33 (a): Visibility of propulsors in K3 type Magnocraft. (a) The upward view.

Fig. G33(b) [1e] Figure G33 (b): Side view of a detached configuration.

Fig. G34 [1e] Figure G34: Multiple images of glowing magnetic circuits formed by a fast moving Magnocraft.

Fig. G35 [1e] Figure G35: The SUB system of position lamps in the Magnocraft.

Fig. G36 [1e] Figure G36: The illustration of pinciples of forming underground tunnels by UFOs.

Fig. G37 [1e] Figure G37: The explanation for the magnetic lens effect in ascending Magnocraft/UFOs. It explains why only the outlet from main "twin-chamber capsule" is visible as shown in [1e] Figure L5.

Fig. G38 [1e] Figure G38: Shapes of marks left by a single Magnocraft (depending on the height of hovering).

Fig. G39 [1e] Figure G39: Typical marks in hovering close to the ground.

Fig. G40 [1e] Figure G40: Landings scorched by an inverted Magnocraft.

Fig. G41 [1e] Figure G41: Plants swirled by circuits wehirling in the air.

Fig. G42(a) [1e] Figure G42 (a): Examples of landings formed by flying systems. (a) Landing of a single cell of a flying system.

Fig. G42(b) [1e] Figure G42 (b): Landing of a "platform" flying system.

Fig. G42(c) [1e] Figure G42 (c): Landing of a circular flying system.

Tab. G2 [1e] Table G2: The relationship of dimensions in flying complexes of Magnocraft (K versus D/H).


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