Authors: Claus Wilhelm Turtur
The fundamental principle of the conversion of zero-point-energy has been explained in [Tur 10]. This enables us to construct zero-point-energy converters systematically. The method of computation for such a construction was presented as dynamic Finite-Element-Method (DFEM), which is a Finite-Element-Algorithm with the supplement of taking the finite speed of propagation of the interacting-fields (responsible for the forces between the partners of interaction) between the components of the zero-point-energy converter into account. In order to illustrate the development from the fundamental principle to the real DFEMprogram, we now present a small example for this computation, including a short source-code as a working performance. This algorithm is explained in detail here, so that everybody can use and further develop it. Finally we analyse a possible zero-point-energy motor with this program, explaining its conditions of operation and its machine power.
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[v1] 9 Sep 2011
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