The paper introduces a theoretical background of the mechanism of electromagnetic energy and power accumulation and its focusing in narrow pulses travelling along a transmission line with material parameters variable in 1D-space and time. This mechanism may be implemented due to a special material geometry- a distribution of two different dielectrics in a spatio-temporal checkerboard. We concentrate on the practically reasonable means to bring this mechanism into action in a device that may work both as energy generator and energy storage. The basic ideas discussed below appear to be fairly general; we have chosen their electromagnetic implementation as an excellent framework for the entire concept.
Applied Wave Mathematics II. Mathematics of Planet Earth
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Berezovski, M., Elektrov, S., & Lurie, K. (2019). A Design of a Material Assembly in Space-Time Generating and Storing Energy. Applied Wave Mathematics II. Mathematics of Planet Earth, 6(). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29951-4_13