Secret of Viktor Grebennikov Revealed
by: Maya Atlantean, site owner of AncientColonyTheory.com
I learned about Victor Grebennikov when I’m studying Vibration Levitation a few years ago and fascinated about his work but Mr. Grebennikov took his anti-gravity secret to his grave. The species and type of insect which manifested the antigravity effects were never revealed. For those interested to Victor’s biography and his work, I posted links below this article.
On January 29, 2014, as I’m doing my work, an idea popped on my head of Insect & Vibration. I quickly did a search on Google to see what it will produce. I came to this article from New Scientist Magazine, titled “Robotic insect ‘flight’ may be just good vibrations”.
“Last year, a team at Harvard University released a video demonstration of a robotic fly they had developed, showing it flapping its wings and levitating up a pair of guide wires.
But Michele Milano of Arizona State University in Tempe wondered whether the wing motion was entirely responsible for giving the robot lift, or whether some other force was involved. “The video showed that the guide wires were vibrating significantly when the wings beat,” he told New Scientist.”
Unfortunately, I can’t access the entire study at this magazine due to a fee. So I dig and found the whole study at this location .
“Is it simply the mechanical wings? Is it the vibration of guide wires? Or a combination of both?
Milano and his team fashioned a testing device made of a motor, metal tubes and wires that got a version of a robofly without wings to elevate.
The experiment suggests a robofly’s power of flight owes more to factors such as the vibration frequency and resonant frequency of the wires.”
Here is the video of the Study http://harvardmagazine.com/extras/robotic-fly
BIOGRAPHY SUMMARY: MICHELE MILANO
Michele Milano, Assistant Professor
Education: Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, 2002
Office:1004 Furnas Hall
Phone: (716) 645-7432
FAX: (716) 645-2883
E-mail: mmilano .at. buffalo.edu
Curriculum Vitae: Click for PDF
Research Interests: Stochastic optimization, modeling of complex systems, biologically inspired propulsion systems, flow-structure interaction.
Selected Papers, Publications, & Presentations:
M. Milano, D. Jurjevich, R. Adrian, “The flying brick: a cautionary note on testing flying robots using guide wires”, IEEE Trans. On Robotics, vol. 25, n. 2, 2009
P. Jiamsripong, A. M. Calleja, M. S. Alharthi, M. Dzsinich, E. M. McMahon, J. J. Heys, M. Milano, P. P. Sengupta, B. K. Khandheria, M. Belohlavek, “Impact of Acute Moderate Elevation in Left Ventricular Afterload on Diastolic Transmitral Flow Efficiency: Analysis by Vortex Formation Time”, Journ. Amer. Soc. Echocardiogr., vol. 22, n. 4, 2009
M. Ringuette, M. Milano, M. Gharib, “Role of the tip vortex in the force generation of low-aspect-ratio normal flat plates”, Jour. Fluid Mech., vol. 581, 2007, pp. 453-468
A. Kheradvar, M. Milano, M. Gharib, “Correlation between vortex ring formation and mitral annulus dynamics during ventricular rapid filling”, ASAIO Journal (Journal of American Society of Artificial Internal Organs), Jan-Feb 2007 53(1), pp. 8-16
A. Kheradvar, M. Milano, R. Gorman, J. Gorman III, M. Gharib, “Assessment of left ventricular viscoelastic components based on ventricular harmonic behavior”, Cardiovascular Engineering, 2006 March 6(1), pp. 30-39
M. Milano, M. Gharib, “Uncovering the physics of flapping flat plates with artificial evolution”, Jour. Fluid Mech., vol. 534, 2005, pp. 403-409
A MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION: What was the Insect? It was the Dragon Fly. In fact, Viktor Grebennikov gave the Hint of the specific insect at his book, A Million Riddles, published in Novosibirsk in 1968. He wrote the following & the drawing:
“At the end of my first book, A Million Riddles, published in Novosibirsk in 1968, there is a drawing that I am reproducing again: a man is flying over Novosibirsk’s Academic City. He is flying a device based on a huge pair of insect wings. At the time I dreamed of inventing such a machine. Strangely, the dream came true precisely because of my friendship with insects-yet not by blindly copying the most noticeable parts-for example wings that only make me smile now-but through careful study of living Nature. Nothing would have been possible without my six-legged friends. No one would be able to do without them either. Thus safeguard their world, the ancient, wonderful world of Insect, for it is an infinite, unique treasure of Nature’s mysteries! I beg you all, take care of it! ” – Victor Grebennikov –
VICTOR GREBENNIKOV ANTIGRAVITY SECRET: Based on the current Scientific Studies and Researched, Victor Grebennikov learned the Vibrational Frequency of the Dragonfly and replicated into his own device.
NOTES & FURTHER STUDIES:
- Victor Grebennikov http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Grebennikov
- The flying brick: a cautionary note on testing flying robots using guide wires http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1653111
- Robotic Insect “Flies” Off Vibrations http://www.robotnext.com/2009/07/robotic-insect-flies-off-vibrations.html
- The Natural Phenomena of AntiGravitation and Invisibility in Insects due to the Grebennikov Cavity Structure Effect (CSE)
- NewScientist: Robotic insect ‘flight’ may be just good vibrations
- Flapping ‘nano’ aircraft takes off successfully without using wires.