In order to apply effectively an additional force on a object that it executes precession movement, this force should be nutationed by the objects precession frequency (tune or resonance). That is to say when the frequency of exterior radiation is tuned (from this emanates also the term nuclear magnetic tune) by the precession frequency of cores species, bear s on those cores an additional force (except the force oweded from the static magnetic field) that forces the vector of total system magnetization of those cores to deviate from the direction of 'z' static magnetic field and to fall finally above to the 'xy' level. (FIGURE 5 ).
As the systems cores returns in the initial balance situation, cores expels energy emitting radiation of frequency equal with the tuned frequency in the region of radiofrequencies, transporting part of their energy in the molecules around. This process is named " relaxation process or re-establishment process.
In the case of magnetic tuned appliance ('ANCIENT MENTOR' is a KYKLOTRON TYPE MACHINE) those radiofrequencies, emitted by the various cores of (hydrogen, coal etc) the material structure that is searched, creates a magnetic field (98) which the resultant (93) tuned with the resultant of a magnetic field created from : (FIGURE 6, 7 & 8 )
1. The radiation of appliance (22)
2. The radiation emitted from the appliance operators (102) body (bioenergy) (97)
3. The radiation that created from the initial (96) impulse (movement) of the appliance antennas (15 & 71) in the horizontal level.
In the magnetic tuned phenomenon, finally, actively participates earths magnetic field (103) and any other capable to influence and to tune with the above, magnetic field happens to exist in the environment space, as drops of rain, humidity, underground waters etc.
Tuned our magnetic tuned appliance to the frequency of some core precession, it resembles with our radio tund in some radio or television stations emission frequency.
In two above FIGURES appears the phenomenon of material structures magnetic tune, as it is controlled repeated (that is to say lasts as long as the emission radiation from the appliance lasts) from the system (ANCIENT MENTOR is a KYKLOTRON TYPE MACHINE).
During the cores -relaxation process from the material structure that `bombers' each time by the appliance and operators radiation who participates actively in the experiment - the cores system returns in the initial balance situation, with the cores to expel energy , emitting radiation of frequency equal with the frequency of tuned in the region of radiofrequencies and transporting part of their energy in the around molecules.
The energy that expels appears to be photons, the emission of which as it is well known, creates a MAGNETIC FIELD round the material structure. That magnetic field draws continuously the aerials of appliance, revealing so much the existence and the place that the detectioned material structure is found.
Magnetic tune phenomenon, is a KYKLOTRON'S LTD original tech, implemented in KYKLOTRON E1 series for inspection, detection and localization any living or not material structure is a Kyklotron Ltd original tech, patented at Industry Property Organization www.obi.gr and European Patents Office www.ep.espasenet.com, established in 4 patents :
1. GR1004926 /2005-06-30 IPC: G01N23/20; G01N23/20; (IPC1-7): G01N23/20r
2. GR1005224 /2006-06-13 IPC:G01V3/12;G01N23/20;G01S17/66 (+3)
3. GR20060100352 /2008-02-05 IPC: G01V3/12; G01N23/20; G01S17/66; (+3)
4. GR20070100067/2008-09-19 IPC: G01V3/14; G01V3/14 EC: G01V3/14
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