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1. (IN2065/CHENP/2014) A DEVICE AND METHOD TO PRODUCE GRAVITOMAGNETIC INDUCTION MASS SPIN VALVE OR GRAVITATIONAL RECTIFIER

Office : India
Application Number: 2065/CHENP/2014 Application Date: 18.03.2014
Publication Number: 2065/CHENP/2014 Publication Date: 23.05.2014
Publication Kind : A
Prior PCT appl.: Application Number:PCTIB2013002255 ; Publication Number:WO2014033536 Click to see the data
IPC:
H02N 11/00
H ELECTRICITY
02
GENERATION, CONVERSION, OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
N
ELECTRIC MACHINES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
11
Generators or motors not provided for elsewhere; Alleged perpetua mobilia obtained by electric or magnetic means
Applicants: BOYD Michael Edward
Inventors: BOYD Michael Edward
Priority Data: 13/595424 27.08.2012 US
Title: (EN) A DEVICE AND METHOD TO PRODUCE GRAVITOMAGNETIC INDUCTION MASS SPIN VALVE OR GRAVITATIONAL RECTIFIER
Abstract:
(EN) The invention pertains to a head disk assembly device "mass spin valve" or "gravitational rectifier" and method of producing gravitomagnetic induction utilizing Nano features; Nano bumps and Nano pits; fabricated on the surface of a hard disk. The device includes a computer hard disk; a piezoelectric glide head and/or a GMR read head; a typical hard drive s electronics; wherein defects are fabricated on the said disk using a Focused Ion Beam (FIB) by depositing requisite number of nanobumps of specified height and etching equal number of nanopits of specified depth a few mils or mm apart on a pre decided radius. By spinning the said nano features disk produce (1) an associated mechanical force utilizing a piezoelectric glide head and/or (2) an associated magnetic force utilizing a GMR read head; for (a) general use in surface characterization work and (b) for producing power by the presence or the absence of matter on a spinning disk.
Also published as:
CN104054256EP2909926WO/2014/033536