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Neuhaus/SG, 25 Sep. 2004           (Fundamentals02)


Fundamentals of the Resonance Coupling for Direct Conversion of non radioactive Nuclear Oscillation Energy into Usable Electricity without radioactive emmissions.


From Dr. sc. nat. Hans Weber, nuclear physicist



The new RQM energy solution uses the third option for nuclear energy.  This is the only alternative to nuclear fission and to nuclear fusion, which taps the nuclei without altering them and without producing radioactive emissions, so-called nuclear energy conversion.



It is known that each nucleus is a dynamic structure, which can be represented as a tiny drop of liquid, which is rotated around a point of equilibrium, namely a spherical shape.  For Deuterium, the oscillation appears as a tiny dumbbell of hydrogen, whose length (distance of the proton from the neutron) is fitted to a sine shaped oscillation.  The frequency of this oscillation, which is supported by a space-quantum medium, is approximately 1021 Herz.  The relationship between the frequency and energy of an oscillation is now:


                        E = h/e*f                                                                                           (1)


whereby the energy is emitted directly in electron volts with the constant h/e = 4*10^(-15) eV.  For visible light, the frequency is approx. 1015 Hz and thus the energy is a single eV.  For the oscillation in the Deuterium nucleus, an energy of about 4 MeV (= 4 million electron volts) results from equation (1).


The energy extraction from the Deuterium nucleus now occurs as follows:


Deuterium is stored in a piezoelectric crystal and aligned with an electromagnetic pulse (the patented RQM core) for short intervals of time.  The crystal begins to oscillate at its natural frequency according to the rhythm of this pulse, whereby the energy of this oscillation is excited by the nuclear oscillation of the Deuterium.  Electrical energy can be taken directly from the piezo effect and converted into the necessary form.



The electrical charge of the Deuteron in millimoles is 96.5 As.  With a Deuteron concentration in the crystal of about 1 mmole/cm3, this results, together with (1), in an oscillation energy of:


                        4 MeV*96.5 As/cm3 = approx. 400 MJ = approx. 100,000 kWhl  (2)


The coupling of this oscillation with the lattice vibration of the crystal lies in the range of about k = 10^(-4/s).  This results in a piezoelectric usable electric power of


                        P = 400 MJ*k = 40 kW/cm3                                                          (3)


e.g., a power of 40 kW in an active volume of only 1cm3,  from which 1/1000 to 1/100 (or multiples) of the active power can be consistently taken by resonance coupling. This means 0.040 to 0.400 kW or more per 1 cm3 .


The effect of the Deuterium is catalytic, no expenditure, no wear and tear, no pollution as with fuel cells.  It will be possible to implement this new development in nanotechnology, such as with microscopic gates, e.g. the space-quantum energy is tapped in the nanorange.


This new technology offers a way out of the nuclear and fossil fuel dead-end.  Although it is only a tiny effect today - it was no different with the discovery of nuclear fission by Hahn & Strassman - nuclear resonance coupling has the potential to replace nuclear fission.


The management of the conglomerate points out that the energy solution proposed above is still viewed very critically, even rejected, because the new mechanisms are still not well known (or not known at all).  It is necessary to have courage in making decisions, without asking the experts of conventional technology.





Hans Lehner, President EUIRQF / EUISQR and  EAVCF Inc.


Tel. 0041 (0)79 704 48 21