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French Patent 2680613

Michel Mayer and Yves Mace
Filing Date: 19/08/91
Publication Date: 26/02/93
Activator for Isotopic Transmutation
Energy generator by nuclear ferromagnetic resonance consisting of a U shaped
frame made of soft steel containing a cylindrical bar of ferromagnetic fuel on which at
least 3 induction coils act. The first coil is an electromagnet, the second is an
activator of nuclear magnetic resonance and the third collects the induction energy
present in the bar.
Device particularly intended to provide commercially useable electrical energy as well
as to perform transmutation of isotopes.
This invention concerns a device for generating electricity by nuclear ferromagnetic
Nuclear energy is obtained conventionally by fission or fusion of the atom while
magnetic flux is normally obtained by induction caused by the circulation of electrons.
This invention uses a physical phenomenon which we have discovered and which we
call Isotopic Transmutation.
Description of the physical principle applied to the Iron 56 isotope:
Iron 56 contains 26 protons, 26 electrons and 30 neutrons, its total mass is 56.53
MeV and its real mass is 55.80 MeV. The difference between the total mass and its
real mass is 0.72 MeV which corresponds to an energy of cohesion per nucleon of
0.012857 MeV.
If additional energy of 105 eV is introduced into the nucleus of Iron 56, it will have an
energy of cohesion per nucleon of 0.012962 meV which corresponds to Iron 54. The
instability created by this addition of energy generates radioactivity which transmutes
the iron 56 into iron 54 with the release of 2 neutrons which in 9 minutes will decay
into Hydrogen by natural radioactivity.
This process will generate an energy gain of 20,000 eV since the mass defect of the
resulting iron 54 is only 0.70 MeV instead of 0.72 MeV for iron 56.
To provide the iron 56 nucleus with the amount of energy required to carry out this
isotopic transmutation we use the principle of nuclear magnetic resonance.
The 26 protons in iron 56 generate a nuclear magnetic moment driven by gyroscopic
motion which depends on the real mass of the iron nucleus. The loss in mass caused
by the phenomenon of isotopic transmutation will modify the gyroscopic moment and
give back energy by increasing the speed of rotation.
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The physical phenomenon of isotopic transmutation described above is applicable to
all elements of the Periodic Table.
The device according to the invention is shown in Figure 1.
It is constituted of a metal frame made of soft steel (1) in the shape of a U and a
cylindrical bar (2) of iron 56 supporting the various coils (3, 4 and 5).
The first coil (3) is used to generate a powerful magnetic field of 0.5 Tesla to orient
the nuclear spins of the atoms of iron 56.
A sinusoidal current at a frequency of 21 MHz is passed through the second coil (4)
to generate a magnetic field strength of 10
Tesla. This activates nuclear magnetic
resonance and rotates the nuclear spins of the iron atoms by 180 degrees.
The third coil (5) constitutes the primary of a transformer which collects the induction
energy present everywhere in the bar created by the isotopic transmutation of iron 56
atoms into iron 54.
The energy collected can then be transformed into commercially useable form
(voltage of 110 220 380 V and frequency from 50 to 400 Hz).
The basic application which results is the creation of a self-contained electrical
generator. The specific feature of this new generator is that it uses a bar of
ferromagnetic metal as a fuel which gives it a very long life as well as a very low
operating cost. This electrical or magnetic energy can also be used in all systems
such as inverters, electric motors and reactors.
The second application which results is the transformation of an isotope using the
same principle described by Figure 1. The metal to be transformed serves as the
magnetic core (2) and the settings of the various components are adjusted to
produce the desired transmutation.
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Figure 1