Authors: Claus Wilhelm Turtur
The mechanism of the conversion of zero-point-energy is now understood. This is the basis, on which zero-point-energy converters can be constructed systematically. Here are the details. Nowadays the existence of the zero-point-energy of the vacuum is recognized in several disciplines within physics (as for instance Astrophysics and Quantum Electrodynamics), and the verification is done, that this energy can be converted into classical types of energy in the laboratory (see Casimir-effect and others). Also the possibility of its utilization for practical energy-technology is proven in the laboratory. After the zero-point-energy of the vacuum is made manifest in such way, the task arises to clarify the fundamental principles of physics, which explain the conversion of the zero-pointenergy into any other (classical) type of energy, such as for instance electrical or mechanical energy. These fundamental basics of Physics are now understood and described in the present article. Based on this theoretical fundament, the article also explains, how the construction of zero-point-energy converters can be done systematicially for practical engineering purpose. This is the first time, when a practical method for the systematic construction of zero-pointenergy converters is found. The article gives guidelines for the development dynamic Finite-Element-Algorithm (DFEM), which will enable us to construct zero-point-energy converters systematically. Simple models of zero-point-energy-converters can be developed with this method rather easy. But more complex realistic engines require remarkable effort for computation. The train of thoughts of this article is rounded up by the explanation of some examples for consequences of the zero-point-energy and its conversion within everyday life even now, as for instance the existence of electric charge and the stability of atoms.
Comments: 30 pages
[v1] 9 Sep 2011
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