Quantum Dynamics Enterprises Inc. ™ has developed a propellantless alternative to the ion drive and hall thruster currently used in satellites. The CID ® (Centrifugal Impulse Drive) "Pat Pend" is a reaction-less drive or inertia impulse propulsion engine (also reaction-less thruster, reaction-less engine, and inertia drive).
By definition, a reaction-less drive or inertia propulsion engine is any form of propulsion not based around the expulsion of fuel or reaction mass. The name “reaction mass” comes from Newton's Third Law of Motion, usually expressed as, "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction." Such a drive uses a form of thrust that does not require any outside force or net momentum exchange to produce linear motion. CID ® (Centrifugal Impulse Drive) "Pat Pend" is a revolutionary propulsion system that will replace the current ion drives and hall thrusters that are being used on satellites today to keep them in orbit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grU8g9jnS4w
This new technology will more than double the useful life of future satellites. The present cost estimate is 150 million dollars to put a satellite in orbit and, once in orbit, the satellite only has enough propellant for 15 to 20 years. After that, it has to be replaced at an estimated cost of 150 million dollars or more. According to a database compiled by the Union of Concerned Scientists, 1,419 active satellites are currently orbiting Earth. Roughly 2,600 satellites that no longer work because they have run out of fuel and are floating, useless in orbit.
The concept for Quantum Dynamic Enterprises™ technology has been developed by H. P. Sprain, inventor, and holder of numerous U.S. and international patents. Quantum Dynamics Enterprises Inc. ™ Was formed in Florida in 2010 and it has built the world's first advanced magnetic propulsion device’ called CID ® (Centrifugal Impulse Drive) "Pat Pend" based on technology developed seven years ago.
CID ® is currently at the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering being extensively tested. Paper will be published soon for peer review.
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If you change the thrust direction to counterclockwise by rotating CID, but always keeping the rotor spinning in same direction on CID. Proving it's not gyroscopic precession. The balance will rotate in that direction. If you point thrust up the balance will NOT rotate. If you point the thrust down the balance will NOT rotate.
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