Preliminary Explication of the "Optavy" - Function

The control function of the "Optavy" affects mainly the reciprocal action between free electrons and grating-oscillation (Phonons). An "Optavy" is able to reduce the unsettled stray of the - under normal-temperature - free electrons whilst the grating oscillations of the carrier-material are adapted by the resonance of the frequency, which is adjusted at the "Optavy", and the grating-oscillations find a higer degree of order. At a normal reduction of temperature this happens globally wide-banded under transfer of energy, while in this case the profile of oscillation of the atom-grating is transferred to a narrow range. This means among other things, that the material takes in less energy, which normally heats up the material and leads to wear. Also is the material equipped with "Optavys" better prepared for chemical reactions.

The spectrum of oscillations of the "Optavy"-carrying material (the "carrier") is entirely present in the "Optavy" as a copy of the carrier (Fourier-Transformation). This can be understood like the fact, that a full copy of a picture is present in every point of an optical lens. This makes the carrier as a whole controllable, especially in its function, e. g. as an electrical conductor, or when it rotates or during the progress of a chemical process. The oscillations which remain from the process in the "Optavy" "fit" to the carrier, that means, they form standing waves and are typical Chladnical sound figures, although of a small amplitude. So parts of the "Optavy" are resonators (parts giving resonance) for elementary oscillations like violins are resonators for musical sound.

The new "feeder road" between the macroscopical solid (technical device) and the atomical properties of its materal is the harmonical line 2^n, which is already known as the distance between the octaves in music. Every other n-step belongs to the same resonance and has twice (rising) or half (falling) of the frequency of the preceding step. The automatical forming of harmonicals or subharmonicals is a known effect of the high-frequency technique and is not dealt with in the usual theory of standing waves. In the experimental and simulative research one knows the effect of doubling the frequency connected to the figtree-scenery, without being able to explain it completely.

Next to the 2^n-factor it proved to be very important for the calculation of the element-specific "resonance-lengths" (equation (1), see below) to include the "Compton-wave-length", which is a natural constant being discovered together with the "Compton-effect". At the "Compton-effect" happens a electronal-photonal-scattering under keeping the sentence of energy and impulse (the rules of energy and impulse). This is the same wave-length-shifting, which is done by the "Optavy", only because of its building-structure as a focusing process. It is built up out of some layers of metal-foils, of which every represents a 2^n-magnification of atomic wave-lengths, but only together they form the right filter effect.

In optical systems light is split up and focused; in the "Optavy" happen similar transformations with elementary-electromagnetical and phononal oscillations ("electrophonal"). In other words: Although it might be not the only mechanism of effect, one can say - following the up-to-date- scientific knowledge -, that the "Optavy" is able to canalise the electronal-phononal-scattering. The wide-band and thermal vibrations of the grating are taken out of the carrier by the time.

How does this happen in detail?


The Structure of the foils and of the "Optavy"

The discovery of the distance-resonance (M. F. Müller 1990, equation (1)) permits to calculate distance-resonances L for every element of the periodical system:

L = C * Z * 2^N

with: C: Compton wave length (C = h/(mc)), h: Quantity of effect (Planck), m: Mass of the particle, c: Speed of light), mostly of electrons, in the "Optavy" also for portons and neutrons, Z: Numbers of electrons, protons or neutrons, depending on C, N: entire (?) number

The length L is the distance between two opposite edges of the "Optavy"-foil. A standard "Optavy" consists out of 7 foils (the material is mostly aluminium, because it is isotope-clean). Every rectangular "Optavy"-foil has two axes and thereby two elements are simultaneously controllable. The two basic resonance-lengths are represented in foil 4 (it is the central foil, because it is in the middle of the "Optavy"), calculated with equation (1) for electrons. Here N is fixed. The remaining scheme is fixed (see e. g. the data sheet of the "Optavy" of the presentation):

Foil 1 is the bottom side, lying on the carrier or another intermediate foil (transponder).

Foil 1 and 7 (for electrons) are equal and two times larger than foil 4.

For foil 2 (for neutrons = n) and foil 3 (electrons) the lengths of the edges of foil 1 or 7 are divided by sqr(p).

For foil 5 (for protons = p) and foil 6 (electrons) the length of the edge of foil 4 is multiplied by sqr(3).

At the core-foils 2 and 5 (n and p are core-particles) is to be calculated with 2^(N + 10), because otherwise an unpracticable difference of dimension would result out of the much smaller Compton-wave-length of protons. Also for stability reasons one must keep to (N + 10).

The position of the foils to each other is also oriented to sqr(2), sqr(3) and sqr(p) (for the other figures please see the data sheet). In between lies a small disturbing element at the common cross of axes. Futhermore the foils 2, 3, 5 and 6 must be turned slightly into the midst around this point of the cross of axes. The smaller the turn, the "spin-colder" the "Optavy" works. This effect is sometimes undesired.

The words "reading" and "writing" mean in connection to the "Optavy":

- reading: The resonance-length divided by sqr(p), because the square root of p at a resonance-length is especially dissonant (square roots are irrational). This foil takes in especially energies which are dissonant to the resonance-length, because it is shorter than the resonance-length.

- writing: The resonance-length L multiplied by sqr(3) is also dissonant. It tends to give energy-output of waves which are dissonant to the resonance-length.

The Function of the Foils

The phonons transmit their oscillations by the surface of the carrier to the surrounding air or to other adjacent materials, so passing on their frequency, also to the "Optavy". The "Optavy" works by means of the reading foils (No. 2 and No. 3) as a hollow for non-resonant phonons. They are so to speak dismantled and serve as an energy-supply for the phonons to be produced by the frequency of the centre foil. What remains and what is not needed is given outside by the - related to the surrounding - writing foils (No. 5 and No. 6) in the course of which a shifting of frequencies by (sqr(3) / sqr(p)) takes place; these phonons are hardly taken in again by the carrier.

The foils No. 5 and No. 6 are writing in relation to the central foil (No. 4) and related to the surrounding, but related to the basic foil No. 1 and the covering foil No. 7 also reading, because they are smaller than the latter by the factor 2. So a stream is achieved to the inside of the "Optavy". The central foil again delivers resonant phonons of a double frequency and a double energy compared to the basic and to the covering foil. These two foils (No. 1 and No. 7) can produce regulated phonons, pass them on and above all give them back to the carrier. Beyond that they can take in uncontrolled phonons out of which it is read subsequently.

Also the postion of the "Optavy" on the carrier is of great importance. It must not be positioned in an oscillation node of the carrier, because it cannot blot out dissonances then.

As a vivid example one can look at musical instruments like trumpet, flute or guitar with the different length of producing the tunes. Into the flute, for example, is given a wide stream of energy. By the inward resonance of parts, which are able to vibrate, a single tune forms. Here at the "Optavy" one "tune" is fixed per pair opposite edges, simply by the distance between these two edges. In a hexagon, three "elementary tunes" would be possible. These "tunes" (the above mentioned phonons) are produced newly and purely in the central foil and reach the surface of the carrier. Here it can be compared to the laser: The monochromatic light of a laser treads out of the distance of resonance, too.

As the source of energy the thermal band of the surrounding comes into question, which is mostly fed by the carrier.

In the carrier remains at the end of this process only a narrow band around this single amplified basic frequency, with its inferior and superior harmonics down to the nucleon and this frequency turns into the preferred oscillation of the atomic gratings. The material seems to be cooled, its density increases for the level of order has increased.



M. F. Müller, G. Buhren: raum&zeit Nr. 86, S. 5: "How atoms are influenced without destroying them"

M. F. Müller, G. Buhren: raum&zeit Nr. 88, S. 36: "The quantisation of Heisenberg's unsharpness"



The name "Optavy" has not been used in earlier texts. The superior term "NuKeR" means "Nucleons-Core-Controller" ("Nukleonen-Kern-Regulator") and is the technical-functional name of the device on which the "Optavy" is based. The word "NuKeR" refers also to e. g. rhombic, hexagonal and three-dimensional optimising metal-foil-frequency-filters basing on the natural octave-rule (more exact: based on the destance-resonance according to equation (1))