Wenner Space Engine Ground Demos
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Updated with additional tests 11-24-2013
The purpose of above videos are to demonstrate, a working or not, DC powered engine, that would have many uses, in outer space.
We would like anyone interested to suggest any further tests that will prove this engine does not work. Do email us with any further test suggestions. These, of course, need to be cost effective ground tests.
This is a rough prototype, designed for function, not pretty form.
It would be used, instead of costly raw heavy fuels that need to be launched, with a space vehicle and deplete in a short period of time.
Of course static vs. kinetic friction come into play with all ground tests. But it currently appears, during helium balloon neutral buoyancy (zero friction), the space engine still moves forward. A faster forward motion, against the air, should be harder, than a slower reverse motion, but this is not what has been shown. Click on FRICTION THEORY to see detailed ground friction analysis.
This space engine only requires DC voltage and current, hence can run off solar panels, nearly forever.
The Wenner Space Engine use, for space walks and action-reaction jet replacement is obvious, to both current and future space projects.
The design could also lead to a new space accelerating DC engine. This could power space craft, on nuclear power only, by providing the DC via thermocouples alone. This will require future R&D, to possibly accomplish, but quite possible.
It also should be noted that no expensive materials were used in the design. This prototype cost less than $60 USD in materials to produce and ready to modify for testing in the weightless environment of the NASA vomit comet DC9.
It is the engineers desire, after all possible ground tests, to do the final, truly weightless test, with NASA at JSC, where the aircraft currently schedules flights.
Any inquires via nucow.com email are welcome.