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  1. #1 Biefield-Brown Lifter combustion engine 
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    I've had a concept drawn out for a jet engine that uses the Biefield-Brown effect instead of a turbine to move the air. My attempts to test it out haven't been working though. I don't think my homemade power supply has a high enough voltage. If anyone has a working lifter setup and would like to try this, please give me your results! I used a metal tube suspended in a cardboard tube. The metal tube was poked with several SMALL holes and one end was hooked up to a rubber hose that lead to the fuel source. Kerosene should make for a good fuel. If you're goin to attempt this, make sure you're in an open area, away from anything flammable and the engine is securely mounted.


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    so do you use the metal tube for the Biefield-Brown effect? a vacuum effect could suffice to draw air but this is basically a rocket. Rotational motion is one advantage of a turbine as you can generate electricity and get higher efficiency and more power due to the compression...how are you going to compress the air with a Biefield-Brown effect? Or get power for auxiliary components?


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    Good point. The compression wouldn't be a problem if it maintained the shape of a jet engine. The compression comes from the chambers inside getting smaller before combustion turbojet.jpg. I didn't really think of of the power generation.. Do you think static electricity could be a possibility? Airplane built up a lot of static on the wings while in flight.
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