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Electroacoustic Propulsion

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Description: The wave assisted propulsion system project develops and studies novel electronic propulsion methods which use acoustic catalysts. The project was started within North Seattle College’s Undergraduate Research 294 Program in Fall of 2017, by aerospace engineering student Cory Andrew Hofstad. Plasma Vortex Theory was developed during a night spent watching back-to-back NASA aerospace videos on YouTube looking for a project idea for UGR 294. From the observation of rotational formations created in Lycopodium in the video documentary “Cymatic Soundscapes” by Hans Jenny, a theory was derived by combining Newtons’ first law of motion with Lorentz’s force law and Coulomb’s force law. The theory has two components: 1. Through Lorentz’s force and the right-hand rule, an electroacoustic method could be used to increase an ionized particle’s velocity parallel to an electromagnetic field. 2. A rotating ion cloud will have a higher final velocity then an ion cloud at rest when electromagnetic fields of equal force are applied.

License: GNU General Public License (GPL) 3.0

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Plasma Vortex Theory Vol III. - Spring 2018 Wave Assisted Propulsion Systems Sound waves that create rotational patterns in an ion cloud for the purpose of accelerated ejection by Coulomb’s force following the right-hand rule. -Cory Andrew Hofstad Independent Study | North Seattle College Introduction Research Question Method Timeline Results Conclusion Data Repositories

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