Applied Physics, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Dec  2020, Pages 36-47; DOI:

Effect of Occurrence of Propulsive Force with no Reaction Mass Ejection

Applied Physics, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Dec  2020, Pages 36-47.


Vasily Ivanovich Bogdanov 1*

1 Public Joint-Stock Company “UEC-Saturn”, Department of Engineering, Rybinsk, Russia

Received: 20 February 2020; Accepted: 23 July 2020; Published: 13 September 2020

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The necessity to take into account friction forces momentum (impact losses) in the momentum equation of interacting deformable bodies is shown. Occurrence of propulsive force in devices with no reaction mass ejection is explained in terms of Newtonian mechanics exemplified by the so-called inerzoids, due to the gap between the efficiency coefficient (losses) in the process of expelling and addition of the same sloshing mass. The possibility of manifestation of this effect at the atomic level under the influence of inertial forces and the magnetic field in nature and in technology is considered as a hypothesis. A mechanical device creating propulsive force, in the form of an inerzoid, implementing oarer biomechanics for outer space is proposed.


Momentum Equation, Inerzoid, Additional Mass, Meshchersky Equation, Hidden Mass, Dark Energy, Magnetic Field, Gravitational Constant, Outer Space, Oscillating Process


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