Future projects

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  • Some anomalies in fundamental experiments with neutrons can be explained by a magnetic field dependent magnetic moment. You can collaborate on a proposal to measure the magnetic moment of a free neutron;
  • Proposal to measure gravity on electrons and positrons.
    See also presentation;
  • Proposal to repeat Michelson-Morley experiment ala Demjanov.

Current projects

  • Assistance in the development of a cooling plant for a cold neutron source at Reactor Institute Delft as part of the OYSTER program. To check the performance  of the cold neutron source, a spectrometer has been built: GOOSE.

Oyster project explained

Finished projects

  • Development of Pulsed Eddy Current for TüVRheinland;
  • We were asked to build a ‘Van Well Chopper‘ for the ‘Institute for Energy Technology’ in Kjeller, Norway. For this occasion we worked together with Reactor Institute Delft and built a neutron chopper. A chopper is needed, to use the TOF (Time Of Flight) method in the FREYA reflectometer to detect the wavelength of neutrons;
  • Since the first of August 2017 until 2019, BonPhysics BV supported the upgrade of the instrument package of the research reactor JEEP-II of the ‘Institute for Energy Technology’ in Kjeller, Norway. In particular, support was given to adapt the hydrogen cold source (CNS) and to built a new neutron reflectometer (FREYJA);
  • Development of software for tracking of polarization vectors through time and space dependent magnetic fields according to the Larmor equation.
    Some examples have been worked out in here;
  • Assistance for manufacturing a resonant neutron spin-flipper for neutron spectrometer RefSans in Munich;
  • Assistance in the development of spin echo neutron reflection technology at Reactor Institute Delft.
    An example is the possibility to measure the Goos-Hänchen effect for neutrons: Phys.Rev.Lett.104.010401;
  • Project Feasibility High Frame Rate Fast-Neutron Radiography for Reactor Institute Delft TUDelft.
  • TORSIND Experiment replication. The miniature torsion balance used for more than 10 years by Alexander Pugach, of the Academy of Science of Ukraine, has proved to be a particularly interesting device. The current version of the device is called “TORSIND”. The purpose of the project being the object of the contract with Fondation Maurice Allais is to multiply the uses of this device to allow the realization of additional observations.
  • Development non-destructive testing device INCOTEST for RTD bv The Netherlands. This work is rewarded with the Van Ouwerkerk-prijs 2001 of the Dutch Quality Surveillance and Non-Destructive Testing Society. Recent developments opens the possibility of semi-contact absolute measurements independent of the material properties;
  • Performing experiments to find a possible difference between Lorentz ether theory and Einstein’s special relativity theory.
    The background of this research is in the book. The results of an 18 month during experiment are shown here;
  • Research into the possibilities to measure a light speed anisotropy at the Earth Surface with a Mach-Zehnder fiber interferometer.
    Also with the help of an asymmetric interferometer: here.
  • Development of software, like games, based on ORBBECIntel® RealSense™ Depth Camera or ZED 2K stereo camera techniques for all kind of target groups.
  • Development of a production process for an aqueous mineral supplement for cattle called Aquablend for Van Benthem Minerals.