There is another design possibility using the Townsend Brown dielectric approach, sandwiching two utron halves together with a di-electric in the middle. The utrons can be constructed with some power-cell / capacitor aspect, actually having some guts to assist in the self-regeneration wiring of the OTC-X1, while employing the di-electric electrogravity aspect of what Townsend Brown had discovered.
This is a design alternative.
This is such a great idea in fact! I honestly wasn't the first to conceive of this. But this is great. Multiple stages of di-electric and electret plate stacks made to hold some capacitance and generate a gravity force when electrically charged is a more known approach than mercury-plasma, and perhaps a more simplistic approach that could even be safer.
I love this concept!
Plus .. I just realized this .. the vertical core inductively collides positive and negative energy in the engine because of the rotating magnetic fields. So ... we may just have a winning design for a warp drive ship. Otherwise the vertical core will have to be replaced with a different design which uses only negative energy from an exotic generator, but I'm hoping it won't come down to that. Regardless, this perhaps "maxes out" the design capacity; or rather we have reached the full spectrum of this engine configuration design, ready to build and to test, able to test multiple gravity drive technologies all in the same essential configuration of the LAU-X3.
Rotational, gyrating, spin dynamics of the di-electric in the utrons are taken into consideration in an overall energy field construction, created electro-mechanically mainly. The Brown di-electric used in the utrons could very well provide a safer energy field than using mercury. This should be enough to convince others of the proposal to construct such a marvel, in that it is very likely to work. And if not, there is more than enough information now, including knowledge of the exotic negative energy power source, to put this project well beyond the scope of mere speculation.