Posts Tagged ‘solids liquids and gases’

Longitudinal Sonics

July 22, 2012

If you really want to understand how longitudinal waves can be transmitted, received and created through a medium you cannot be happier than discovering the work of George Constantinesco. He was a Romanian inventor who gave us a lasting legacy “The Theory of Sonics”, a new (in 1913) science of power transmission though Solids, Liquids and Gases. The same understanding of Teslas longitudinal electric wave can be engineered using Contantinescos mathematics and understanding. I have drawn a diagram of a possible¬†impusle system of transmission, based on one of his patents, this could be built and replace a gearbox, drive shaft and differential from a vehicle. This is only a small design model for experimental purposes, so good luck and have fun if you choose to build it. Regards Arto

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