EHD/EAD Electrogravitics




created on April 11th, 1999 - JLN Labs - Last update April 29, 2002

The ElectroHydroDynamics ( E.H.D.) may open new ways in advanced propulsion. An EHD device uses a direct conversion of electrical energy into kinetic energy. A specially shaped electrostatic field creates an hydrostatic pressure (or motion) in dielectric media. If the media is a fluid like air (or aether), a flow is produced and this produces a motion of the device. A powered flow of medium (like air or aether) within a shaped electrostatic field adds energy to the system which is picked up (as potential difference) by electrodes and thus produces energy.

Lifter : Towards a Future Propulsion...

The JLN's experimental models photos Album

The Enhanced T.T. Brown Electrokinetic experiment

The Northrop Shock Wave Reduction experiment

ARDA project : Towards new projects....

The ARDA Mk 9 "XB-35", Tests flights in progress on April, 2002

The ARDA Mk 9, Test flight successful on March 24, 2002

The ARDA Mk 8, Tests flights successful on August 25, 2001

ARDA mkV : First test flight successful on July 17, 2001

The ARDA Mk V ( rendering and photos of the constructions )

ARDA mk7 "NorthStar": First flight successful on August 20, 2000

The ARDA Mk6 "Morningstar"

Tests successful by Gilles Charles at the Bourges University ( France )

A good replication of the Biefeld-Brown apparatus by Peter Labs

The Biefeld-Brown Effect :

Thinkings on Electrogravitics, by JL Naudin

The Frolov's ELG-Hat v1.0, very easy to build by yourself

The ELG Reactor experiment by Gilles Charles

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