Impact on crystal formation
Short description: impact of high-penetrating emission ("torsion", "spinor", "radionic" emission, "human intensions") changes forms of crystals (i.e. properties of corresponding materials) during the fluidic-solid phase transition.
Detection: visual, investigation of physical-chemical properties of materials
Replication: yes, see literature
Complexity of setup: low
Although the emission has a high penetrating nature, it has an impact on physical environment by interacting with their spin structure. A simple way to detect these changes consists in observing the crystal formation, the forms of crystals and investing properties of corresponding materials. The setup has the following form.
Originally spins of the atoms in a solution of salt have a chaotic orientation. It was assumed that during irradiation of the solution by a high-penetration emission the spins of atoms are arranged in accordance with the direction of the field. As a result, the formed crystal lattice is distorted, which leads to a change in the size and shape of crystals. These assumptions were confirmed experimentally. Figure below shows the results of irradiation the KCl solution at crystallization phase.
Figure. The influence of torsion fields on KC1 samples: a, control, b - irradiated by torsion field
In the figure we can see the crystals in a petri dish without irradiation and irradiated by static torsion field. Torsion generator was below the Petri dish, and its radiation pattern catches the middle of the Petri dish. In the control sample, it can be seen that in the absence of irradiation crystals are formed separately and have different shapes. Figure shows that in the place where it fell torsion radiation, salt crystals form a continuous area, more uniform shape and smaller in comparison with a control sample.
More impressive experiments on the effects of high-penetration emission on phase transition are demonstrated during the metal melt. The used Tamma's furnace is a vertically mounted cylinder, made of mild ferromagnetic steel. The ends of the closed cylinder are cooled by water, the entire cylinder is grounded.
Thus, the furnace shell is an excellent shield against external electromagnetic and electrostatic fields. Torsional oscillator 2 (power consumption 30 mW) was installed at a distance of 400 mm from the axis of the cylinder (at the height of the center of the oven). The protective argon gas atmosphere was used. Remelting copper test piece was performed with 30 minutes exposure. Cooling of the metal to 800° C occurred initially in an oven and then the air. The ingot was cut in a vertical plane, the cut surface was polished and etched with nitric acid. The obtained copper structure is shown in the figure below. It has large grains with a characteristic internal fragmentation. During another smelting an ingot of same mass at a melt temperature of 1400° C was exposed to the right torsion generator field for 20 minutes. After a total exposure in the melt for 30 minutes metal cooled to 800° C in an oven and then the air.
Figure. The impact of the torsion field to melt copper (Zoom 130x) Samples:
a - control, b - irradiated by torsion field.
Investigation of mechanical properties of the irradiated copper showed that compared with the control sample the irradiated copper has an increased strength and plasticity.
Later this approach was used for experiments in real steel manufacturing, see figure below.
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