Electrostatic Cooling: Science Fact or Fiction (continued)
by MICHAEL RICONOSCIUTO
What is significant in these articles is that: <1> the electrical power used to cool the wing pin is an extremely low amount. So much so that there appears to be a SECOND LAW violation. <2> the determination that an "electric wind" is responsible for the instantaneous electrostatic cooling fails to account for the speed and the amount of the observed heat flow in the wing pin welding process and other demonstrations. <3> the article on the wing pin understates the importance of the electrostatic cooling process in the production of the F-111 wing pins. The early versions of the F-111 were grounded because of a series of crashes attributed to the structural failure of conventional methods using clamp cooling bars and periodic shutdowns to cool the pins during the welding process.
General Dynamics had explored every possible manufacturing technique for fabricating the wing pins in an effort to save the F-111 project. In desperation, as a last resort, General Dynamics allowed the electrostatic cooling to be demonstrated on a actual wing pin. General Dynamic scientists, engineers, and executives were astounded by the structural tests on the sample wing pin. <4> the POPULAR SCIENCE article does not go into any detail on the capability of the electrostatic cooling process to thermally stabilize high power laser components.
The PS article only makes a vague reference to "infrared optics". Neither of these articles make any mention of the capability of electrostatic cooling to control heat in *all* types of explosives, or the control of heat in electrical power fuses. Electrostatic cooling has enabled a whole new class of tactical explosive systems and high energy electric power systems.
The claims made for electrostatic cooling appear to be lifted from the pages of a science fiction story. I am using the F-111 project as a concrete, real world example of the capabilities of electrostatic cooling since the project would have more than likely been scrapped had it not been for the application of electrostatic cooling to the wing pin welding process.
Similar dramatic successes have been realized in the MIRACL, COIL, TEXS, and ETC weapons programs. None of these programs could be a workable reality without the application of proprietary electrostatic cooling techniques. The practical application of the underlying thermodynamic concepts of electrostatic cooling to ergodicity and entropyy in high performance data communications systems has only recently become apparent to the computer industry.
The thermodynamic concepts behind electrostatic cooling have a impact on the "transport properties" of the message entropy of data signals over large networks.
The analysis and understanding of the electrostatic cooling effect was accomplished by starting with a series of obvious experimental measurements in order to lead to the complex mathematical physics principles that were anything but obvious.
The initial analysis of the numbers for the operation of the wing pin welding process (less the 20 watts power to the electrostatic probes) would lead one to suspect a violation of the second law of thermodynamics is being claimed here. The control of such a large amount of thermal energy in and around the weld zone and throughout the bulk of the wing pin, with less than 20 watts of electrical power, is a very fantastic claim.
However, it is no less fantastic than the postulated explanation given by Dr.Kibler, the senior scientist for General Dynamics, attributing this phemenonal rate of heat transfer to a "electric wind".
Some experiments were conducted using a SCHLIEREN optical system and an infrared thermograph. A Schlieren optical system is capable of detecting regions or streaks in a transparent medium that have density and a refractive index differing from that of the bulk of the surrounding medium. This enables pressure and/or temperature gradients to be detected by photographing a beam of light propagating transversely through the medium. The Schlieren optical system displayed the thermal boundary layer present at the surface of the heated wing pin.
The Infrared thermograph displayed the overall thermal profile of the wing pin during the entire welding process. Application of the low power electrostatic field was clearly seen to instantaneously break up the thermal boundary layer that was present over the heated wing pin surface area.
The wing pin could be made to attain a new thermal equilibrium anywhere in a temperature range of a few degrees lower than initial conditions to over 500 degrees F lower, just outside the weld zone throughout the surrounding area. This new equilibrium was attained in a matter of mere seconds throughout the entire bulk of the wing pin.
The application of external chill bars and/or a "electric wind" is a surface phenomenon. Careful experimental analysis of the boundary layer thermal transfer effect confirmed that heat transfer was indeed substantially enhanced when the electrostatic field disrupted the boundary layer. The boundary layer was found to act as an effective thermal impedance to both radiative and convective thermal transfer from the surface of the wing pin.
The disruption of the thermal boundary layer by the electrostatic field yielded approximately a 4:1 increase in the rate of thermal transfer from the surface of the wing pin. I conducted an experiment on a batch of wing pins welded with chill bars. In this series of experiments I applied a film of electronic grade heat transfer compound to the wing pin surface/chill bar interface. This had the effect of inhibiting the thermal impedance presented by the thermal boundary layer.
The results in this series of experiments were nearly a 4:1 increase in total thermal transfer from the surface of the wing pin to the chill bars during the welding process. This comparable to the rate increase in surface heat flow found when the wing pins were welded in the presence of the electrostatic field, but without the bulk cooling effect and nearly instantaneous thermal re-equilibration properties of electrostatic cooling.
There was a major DOD/DARPA interest in the capability to a-thermalize the materials in high power laser optical components. This is the reason that most of my proof of principle research was conducted with laser grade optical materials .
One of the first thoughts that struck me when experimenting with the wing pin welding process was that the bulk thermal transport effects appeared to violate JOULE'S law of heat flow. This prompted me to obtain a large slab of IR-TRAN-2 laser glass. For experimental purposes I had numerous thermocouples imbedded throughout the bulk of the glass slab. I placed this slab of glass on the surface of a laboratory type hot plate. The heating top of this hot plate was only one inch thick.
I had it drilled out to place numerous thermocouples throughout it's bulk. I also took the heating coil element from a kitchen type hot plate and mounted it in a custom case. This case had provisions for the use of both contact thermocouples and a view port on the underside for the thermograph. Both of the hot plates were powered through a isolation transformer, and the temperature regulated by a variac.
A series of experiments were conducted with different electrode configurations and grounding arrangements. It was determined experimentally that by "appropriate modulation" of the high voltage field that the electrostatic heat transfer effect could be enhanced by several orders of magnitude. The voltage and current inputs to the hot plate and the voltage and current supplied to the electrostatic cooling probes were monitored during all the experiments.
The uniformity of the bulk cooling effect was immediately confirmed by repeated experimental demonstrations.
Measurements of radiated and convected heat flow away from the glass slab did not come anywhere near accounting for the BTU loss required for the temperature drop of the slab. The total heat dissipation actually measured in the experimental set-ups could not be immediately reconciled with the SECOND LAW of thermodynamics, JOULE'S LAW and FOURIER'S theorems on heat flow, and the CONSERVATION laws of physics.
Additional theoretical work had to be performed.
Retired Admiral, Al Renkin, and myself demonstrated this heat transfer phenomenon to scientists from the various national laboratories. As amazed as they were, none of the scientists or engineers could accurately characterize the underlying physics of the experimentally observed phenomenon in our demonstrations. At this point the ONR (Office of Naval Research) proposed that the experimental set-up be changed.
Oscar Blomgren Jr. had succeeded in cooling spots on the filament of a long display case type lightbulb. I was asked if it were possible to cool the entire length of the filament simultaneously, to the same degree as the sections of the filament had been. The answer was yes.
Then ONR wanted to see the numbers on probe energy versus the electrical energy input and thermal and convective heat flow around the filament.
Vacuum and inert gas backfilled lightbulbs were used for this set of experiments. The experimental results were immediately classified and all hell broke out around our project. I suddenly had immense resources in money and personnel made available to our project through DARPA, ONR, and USAF PRAM PROJECT OFFICE.
This R&D continued for 3 years until it was disrupted by the murder of Paul Morasca. When I realized that Paul Morasca was terminated by the US Government, I folded up the project at Hercules, Cabazon, and Sonoma Engineering.
The research data and equipment from the entire project went into storage. I have effectively been on the run since I shelved the project in 1984.
My work on this project started with a heat transfer phenomenon that had been accidentaly discovered by Oscar Blomgren Jr. I succeeded in completely reconciling the observed experimental results with the apparent violations of the laws of physics. The work that I completed can be summarized as mathematical modeling and numerical simulation with application of the BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS OF THERMODYNAMICS based on second order partial differential equations derived from elliptic functions. The mathematical principles and physical laws that cover this work are as follows: <1> the laws of thermodynamics. <2> the boundary value problems <1st-the DIRICHLET problem, 2nd-the NEUMANN problem, 3rd- ROBIN'S problem. <3> the equations of mathematical physics . <4> Maxwell's relations in thermodynamics .
The Maxwell relations in thermodynamics are based on Maxwell's cross-partial derivatives and lead to the HELM HOLTZ function and the GIBBS function.
My work succeeded in clarifying the physics of the observed heat transfer effects demonstrated by the use of electrostatic cooling. The discoveries that I made have been classified and improperly expropriated by agencies of the US government.
Michael Riconosciuto is a brilliant genius who cannot help but have a tremendous impact on the world around him. People loyal to this modern wizard have been silent for fear of causing him harm, but immediate concerns are forcing us to go public. Serious efforts must be made to force authorities to stop the coming attacks!
Michael has been in jail for more than ten years because he signed an Affidavit exposing his involvement in the alteration of Promis Software which was illegally obtained by the US Justice Department from Inslaw Corporation. The high-level treason which he attempted to expose has a direct bearing on current events. Mike Ruppert alerted us that Bin Laden was reported by FOX News as being in possession of Promis.
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