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EmDrive : Advances in Spacecraft Thrusters and Propulsion Systems, Hardback Book

EmDrive : Advances in Spacecraft Thrusters and Propulsion Systems Hardback



EmDrive provides a comprehensive description of the theoretical background of this emerging technology.

It includes the derivation of the essential equations, provides full thruster design details, and describes the manufacture and methods of testing that would enable the work to be correctly reproduced in the appropriate research facilities. Electromagnetic drive is a proposed method of propulsion that does not require a propellant, although it still requires fuel.

It holds the potential to revolutionize renewable energy production, clean and quiet transport, and global climate control.

Having evolved from numerous individual and organizational contributions, this book explains the origin and subsequent development of this theory from the original UK government requirement.

The sequence of experimental devices is covered in detail, and the subsequent test results are discussed.

Similar programmes in the USA and China are introduced, and the implications of recent disclosures are considered. This book will interest industry professionals working on electromagnetic theory and experimental physics in the fields of aerospace and energy engineering.