Hermann H. Plauson

Beta Ray Device

Process and Apparatus for Producing Rapidly Moving Electrons and for Subjecting Matter thereto 299,735 Patent specification Application Date: May 30, 1927 Complete Left: February 29, 1928 Complete Accepted: October 30, 1928 Click images to see bigger version Download PDF version


Electrostatic Conversion to Electrodynamic

Process and Apparatus for Converting Static Atmospheric Electrical Energy into Dynamic Electrical Energy of any Suitable High Periodicity 157,263 Patent specification Convention Date (Germany): November 13, 1919 Application Date (in United Kingdom): January 10, 1921 Complete Accepted: July 10, 1922


Electrostatic Motor

Complete specification: Improvements in Electric Motors by H. Plauson 157,262 Patent specification Convention Date (Germany): July 15, 1919 Application Date (in United Kingdom): January 10, 1921 Complete Accepted: July 10, 1922 Click images to see bigger version Download PDF version


Conversion of Atmospheric Energy

Conversion of Atmospheric Electric Energy Filed Jan 13,1921 H. Plauson 1,540,998 Click images to see bigger version Download PDF version of Conversion of Atmospheric Electric Energy by H. Plauson


Atmospheric Electricity by Herman Plauson

Gewinnung und Verwertung der atmosphärischen Elektrizität Beitrag zur Kenntnis ihrer Sammlung, Umwandlung und Verwendung Mit 82 Figuren auf 22 Tafeln HERMANN PLAUSON, Harmburg 1920 Vorwort. Motto: Wem es gelang in ein Geheimnis der Natur zu dringen Und dies in Menschenpflicht


Harnessing Nature’s Electricity

Remarkable European Experiments with Atmospheric Voltage Electrical Discharges with Potentials as High as 3,000,000 Volts An article about three German studends who experiment with obtaining electrical energy from the air, the methods and the system they use, and how the


Power from the Air follow-up

Science and Invention, formerly Electrical Experimenter An article that reviews Plauson’s elaborate work on the subject of extracting of electrical energy from the atmosphere: methods used for collecting electricity from the upper air, practical details. from Science and Invention, March


Power from the Air

Science and Invention, formerly Electrical Experimenter An article about Plauson’s invention: a system that will deliver current that can be used for industrial purposes. by H. Gernsback, from Science and Invention, February 1922 During the War there was developed in


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