Conference Introduction: Konstantin Meyl

Prof. Dr.-Eng. Konstantin Meyl: Advanced Concepts for Wireless Energy Transfer - Highly efficient Power Engineering with Scalar Waves

It will be shown that scalar waves, normally remain unnoticed, are very interesting practical use for information and energy technology for reason of their special attributes. The mathematical and physical derivations are supported by practical experiments. The demonstration will show:
1. the wireless transmission of electrical energy,
2. the reaction of the receiver to the transmitter,
3. free energy with an over-unity-effect of about 10,
4. transmission of scalar waves with 1.5 times the speed of light,
5. the inefficiency of a Faraday cage to shield scalar waves.
A detailed commentary to the "Magnifying Transmitter" of Nicola Tesla from whom stems a patent concerning the wireless transmission of energy (1900) can be found in the internet under the homepage:
This paper to the "Experiment on Longitudinal Waves from Nicola Tesla" contains also the arguments why this important discovery could fall into oblivion. Firstly no people in later years has ever rebuild a "Magnifying Transmitter" and secondly there was a missing of a suitable field description.
The standard Maxwell equations describe only transversal waves for which the field pointers oscillate perpendicular to the direction of propagation. If we derive the field vector from a scalar potential, then this approach immediately leads to an inhomogeneous wave equation, which is called plasma wave. Solutions are known, like the electron plasma waves, which are longitudinal oscillations of the electron density (Langmuir waves).
The Tesla experiment and a new historical rebuild with modern electronic parts show that such longitudinal waves obviously exist even without plasma in the air and even in vacuum. Through consequential extension of the Maxwell field theory for vortices of the electric field it is possible to describe such kind of waves by standing waves which are able to form structure and to propagate in space for reason of their particle nature as a longitudinal shock wave. The extensive mathematical and physical derivation can be found in the books of the author.
In the lecture will be extensively discussed the "Resonant circuit interpretation", the "Near Field Interpretation" and the "Vortex Interpretation". It will be shown that only the vortex interpretation is consistent. Since these field vortices with particle nature following the high-frequency oscillation permanently change their polarity from positive to negative and back, they don't have a charge on the average over time. As a result they almost unhindered penetrate solids. Particles with this property are called neutrinos in physics. The field energy which is collected in my experiment, according to that stems from the neutrino radiation which surrounds us.

1. Nikola Tesla: Apparatus for transmission of electrical energy. US-Patent No. 645,576 from 20.3.1900.
2. Nikola Tesla: Art of transmitting electrical energy through the natural mediums, US-Patent No. 787,412 from 18.4.1905
3. Konstantin Meyl: Elektromagnetische Umweltverträglichkeit,
Teil 1: Umdruck zur Vorlesung, Villingen-Schwenningen 1996, 3.Aufl, 199
Teil 2: Energietechnisches Seminar 1998, 3. Auflage 1999,
Teil 3: Informationstechnisches Seminar 2002, auszugsweise enthalten in
4. K.Meyl: Skalarwellentechnik, Dokumentation für das Demonstrations-Set, alle 4 bücher sind erschienen im INDEL-Verlag, Villingen-Schwenningen (all books will be translated)

Konstantin Meyl
born Aug. 29th, Lemgo
WS 73/74 until WS 78/79 studies in electrotechnique at the Technical University of Munich
1972: Practical year in industry
1979: Laboratory "Meyl + Ziesel Antriebstechnik GmbH", Landsberg/Lech
1980: studies at the Aston-University of Birmingham/GB at Prof. E.J. Davis, Ph.D.
1979-1984: Scientific Assistant at the Institute for Electrical Machines and Propulsion University of Stuttgart, head of the division for practicans
July 1984: Promotion to Eng. Ph. D.
1984-1985: CEO of INDEL Industrial Electronic GmbH, Landsberg
1986-1988: Scientific of ATM-Flender Electronic Propulsion Systems
Since 1988: Head of the Transfer Center for Impulsion Technics of the Steinbeis-Foundation for economic support, St. Georgen
1986-1988: University career: Appointed Prof. and Prof. for Propulsion and Control Techniques (C2) in the Section of the Technical High School, Furtwangen
1988-1992: Nomination as C3-Professor in Power Electronics and Electrical propulsion

New Hydrogen Technologies and Space Drives, June 23/24,2001

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Message from the future: Meyl's current (2008) website is: