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The Hackaday TE013 mode is not correct. I ran a frequency sweep on that frustum, with info from Paul K about antenna size and location. There were no TE01x modes excited. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIhE3PRKM6o

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Any objections to adding the TE012 test where no thrust was measured as a line in the chart? See the Brady et.al paper page 18. --Sfrank (talk) 13:16, 5 June 2015 (PDT)

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I added to the database the TE012 test that registered no thrust.

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OK, adding Yang's results. How about Brady et.al's Cannae tests? There's no Q or Mode data but we have Freq, Watts and measured thrust.--Sfrank (talk) 18:50, 5 June 2015 (PDT)

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I can find no data for the Brady et.al. Cannae test input power in Watts. You write that we have it. Can you please point out where is the watts data ?

No problemo with adding Brady et.al. Cannae test, but it should be done directly under the Cannae superconducting because it has that same flying saucer strange shape. It is not the same shape as the rest of the data, so it should not be mixed with the data below.

It should be described something like this: "Cannae test by NASA Brady et.al." and placed right under the Cannae Superconducting test

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I think the date of experiment could be of interest. Regards.


I noted at the time the NASA results were published that they had not used the same design as used by EMDRIVE and China. They used a design patented by an American. The EMDRIVE seen at emdrive.com and tested by China is of a different patented design. I do not see that reflected in the page.