Defence Academy EmDrive presentation by Roger Shawyer

    • Defence Academy EmDrive presentation by Roger Shawyer

      Phil Wilson relayed a presentation by Roger Shawyer on Embrive made in Feb this year to the UK Defence Academy at Shrivenham.
      It was cleared of some subjects.
      The first slides on theory is clearer that what I've read before.
      Ther is reflections about epistemology...
      There is some history...
      And proposal to applications. One is a supertanker...

      Shrivenham presentation V.3.pdf

      I exported as PDF because of forum restrictions.

      Here are some photographies of experimental emdrive,
      one used by Tajmar

      and the other by Shawyer, probably with Yang Juan
      “Only puny secrets need keeping. The biggest secrets are kept by public incredulity.” (Marshall McLuhan)
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    • Discussionon ECW
      e-catworld.com/2017/06/17/emdr…c-orthodoxy-roger-shawer/


      By the way Engineer48 explains who is this academy on ECW

      e-catworld.com/2017/06/17/emdr…hawer/#comment-3366440310


      Should add that Roger Shawyer was INVITED to give this presentation to the UK Defence Academy. It is not just something he created and posted to the net:

      Engineer48 wrote:

      Should add that Roger Shawyer was INVITED to give this presentation to the UK Defence Academy. It is not just something he created and posted to the net:

      da.mod.uk/About-Us



      "About the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
      The Defence Academy is responsible for post-graduate education and the majority of command, staff, leadership, defence management, business skills and technology training for members of the UK Armed Forces and Civil Servants.
      It is also responsible for the provision of non-technical research and assessment in support of the Department, and for establishing and maintaining itself as the MOD's primary link with UK universities and with international military educational institutions. By operating under unified direction and with a single budget, it capitalises on the combined strengths of its Colleges, enables the flexible and cost-effective use of staff, facilities and money and maximises influence nationally and internationally.
      The Academy is comprised of the Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS), the Joint Services Command and Staff College (JSCSC), the Shrivenham Leadership Centre (SLC), the Armed Forces Chaplaincy Centre (AFCC), Nuclear Department, Defence Centre of Training Support (DCTS), the Technology School, Business Skills College (BSC), the Defence 6th Form College (DSFC), Defence Technical Undergraduate Scheme (DTUS), Defence Technical Officer and Engineer Entry Scheme (DTOEES) and Defence Engagement. The Academy has three strategic partners – King's College London, Serco UK and Europe, and Cranfield University – who provide our academic and facilities support and who are vital to our success.
      Locations
      The Defence Academy has a number of sites. The Headquarters, JSCSC, Technology School, Business Skills College and Shrivenham Leadership Centre are based at Shrivenham, the RCDS is in Belgravia, London and the Armed Forces Chaplaincy Centre has its home in Andover. Other important sites include the Nuclear Department based at HMS Sultan, DCTS based at RAF Halton, DSFC, Welbeck and the 5 Universities (Aston, Loughborough, Newcastle, Northumbria and Southampton)."
      “Only puny secrets need keeping. The biggest secrets are kept by public incredulity.” (Marshall McLuhan)
      See my raw tech-watch on scoop.it/u/alain-coetmeur & twitter.com/alain_co