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Inside The Combustion Chamber Where Reactions Are Rare

By NWSPR on August 5, 2018 10:09 pm

Featuring Curtis Smith on Drums and Percussion. Please review the notes below and try harder. I still believe in the mission but must recognize certain deficiencies in production.


General Principles for the Successful
Design and Manufacture of
an EmDrive Thruster


1.Design the cavity for the required operating frequency and mode,
at a specified temperature. 


2. The design should aim for a clear separation of operating frequency and mode from the various possible modes.  A series of designs should be undertaken as part of a full model analysis.  The opera
ting mode must remain above cutoff.


3.For a narrow band microwave source, the cavity geometry should include shaped end plates to ensure that wave
- front phase distortion, which results ina bandwidth spread, does not limit the Q of the cavity.


4. The cavity design should be initially tested with a swept frequency to identify the resonant
frequencies of the required mode and adjacent modes. A successful design and build will
give an initial resonant frequency within a maximum of 0.5% of design value


5.Cavity manufacture to high tolerance is essential to obtain high Q at the specified resonant
frequency.  Manufacturing tolerance should be around ±0.01mm


6. Assembly of the cavity must include an end plate alignment process to obtain a Q of at least 50,000. Low Q
values are unlikely to give predicted thrust values, as they are a sign of poor
design or manufacture.


7.Whatever input circuit is used, loop, slot, dipole etc., it must be designed and tested to
deliver a match between the wave impedance of the cavity at the input point and the microwave source impedance.  Input tuning is inevitably a sensitive and lengthy adjustment
process.


8. A correctly matched input circuit will give a loaded Q value of half that of the natural unloaded Q.  Optimum match can be checked by measuring internal cavity power using a small detector probe positioned at E field maximum.  The probes hould be designed to give an output at least 20dB down on input power to avoid loading the cavity.


9. Thrust measurement requires a clear understanding of Newtonian principles, as applied to a
propellantless thruster.  Expecting to measure thrust as if EmDrive is a conventional
propulsion system will lead to ambiguous results.  Ideally,thrust should be measured by
measuring the acceleration of a freely suspended thruster,and
then applying Newton’s laws.


10. Synthetic wave frequencies can one day power us to distant stars but this will not be achieved without a clear understanding of frequency and amplitude modulation over desired duration to create a reference unit, hereto known as the "track", and submitting at the precise time and predetermined rate of 1/week. Results are to be improved through simultaneous propagation across 200 to 300 end points to create a multiplier effect known as "The Weekly Beat"

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August 6, 2018 1:22 am

Dude, those are some serious tasks you've set yourself! And just is just the soundtrack required. Faved and saved.

August 6, 2018 1:23 am

Too many "justs." Make one of them a "this."

August 6, 2018 1:59 am

Some great music to cruise across space to.  Love the driving beat.

August 6, 2018 4:28 am

Yeah man, it's a one way ticket to Jupiterrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.... Crusing in my space pod, waving to the aliens, shooting down the space pirates.... boOOooM! Love it

August 6, 2018 11:00 am

Damn, thats nice!!!
I  have the urgent need for a leather jacket, a pair of sunglasses and an old mustang cabrio to go on this trip big_smile

August 6, 2018 5:28 pm

Ooooooh, this is huge! The piano sounds amazing (well, everything does but I especially enjoyed them keys!)

August 6, 2018 9:36 pm

Great driving feel to this.
The perfect track to have playing as you drive your spaceship with the sunroof down.

August 7, 2018 3:05 pm

this is such a hit! great instrumentation. curtis destroyed on the drums.

August 7, 2018 6:23 pm

There's a great, albeit sweaty, atmosphere to this song.

August 9, 2018 9:35 am

Very nice job, this one has great rhythm heart Sounds very much like a desert drive and the art of fast car mechanics. The piano is so much fun, I love how you pulled that off heart

August 9, 2018 12:51 pm
Devieus wrote:

There's a great, albeit sweaty, atmosphere to this song.


That's Curtis. He sweats a lot. You can't get that in a VST.

August 10, 2018 5:49 am
NWSPR wrote:
Devieus wrote:

There's a great, albeit sweaty, atmosphere to this song.


That's Curtis. He sweats a lot. You can't get that in a VST.


Not yet.

August 13, 2018 12:50 am
Jim Wood wrote:

Too many "justs." Make one of them a "this."


Thanks! That EM Star Drive won't build itself. I think I'm just delirious from the summer heat.

CosmicCairns wrote:

Some great music to cruise across space to.  Love the driving beat.


Thanks! The beat set itself up when a midi sync from my drum machine produced a repeated bass note on my Moog on every kick and snare hit.  I couldn't make it stop, so just went with it. I still don't know what happened but it was a funky glitch that started the track.

Podling wrote:

Yeah man, it's a one way ticket to Jupiterrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.... Crusing in my space pod, waving to the aliens, shooting down the space pirates.... boOOooM! Love it


Pew! Pew! Got one of em sneaking up behind you.  Thanks!

Gab Manette wrote:

Ooooooh, this is huge! The piano sounds amazing (well, everything does but I especially enjoyed them keys!)


Happy to hear you could pick up on the piano.  I wasn't sure it came through.  I ran it through a chorus so it sounds like an old piano slightly detuned.

Plantrain wrote:

Great driving feel to this.
The perfect track to have playing as you drive your spaceship with the sunroof down.


Don't forget to have your helmet and pressure suit on if you're opening the sun roof in space!  When your car leaves orbit, maybe it's a star roof?

mikememo wrote:

this is such a hit! great instrumentation. curtis destroyed on the drums.


Yeah, Curtis went all out with the percussion... over the top spaghetti western in outa space!


hieme wrote:

Very nice job, this one has great rhythm <3 Sounds very much like a desert drive and the art of fast car mechanics. The piano is so much fun, I love how you pulled that off <3


It's all good fun driving in the desert until you get beamed up by the aliens smile

August 19, 2018 7:35 am

This kicks some serious butt! Like robots cruising to spend some time in nightly Las Vegas smile very cinematic!

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