Fluid Dynamics

July 25, 2016

The entire structure of fluid dynamics comes out of conservation equations, matter conservation (continuity equation), conservation of energy, linear momentum and angular momentum of fluid fields. So this is also true of fluid electrodynamics. It is a classical subject of the nineteenth century, and very good for teaching and demonstrating vector analysis. Fluid electrodynamics is of course generally covariant, so we see classical fluid dynamics becoming generally covariant in a well defined sense.

Baroclinic Term

July 25, 2016

The vorticity equation (1) of Notes 353(2) can be solved directly by applying flow code to Eq. (1), and modelling the baroclinic term, or it can be reduced to Eqs. (15) and (19), which can be solved simultaneously using flow code. In our energy from spacetime context there is a baroclinic term in spacetime itself. The vorticity equation (1) can be translated into an equation of fluid electrodynamics. The baroclinic term is given by Eq. (4). In his paper Kambe uses the relation:

delta P = a squared delta rho

where a is the variable speed of sound. If del P is parallel to del rho the baroclinic term vanishes. Fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, atmospheric dynamics and so on are of course very highly developed subjects, these are just the basics, but they are enough for very interesting graphics and animations of fluid electrodynamics and energy from spacetime.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 25/07/2016 12:39:43 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Graphics and Animations for UFT351 and UFT352

Agreed with Horst. The baroclinic torque has important applications in climatology etc. More new ground!!

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353(2): Simplification of the Vorticity Equation

July 25, 2016

This simplification gives the equations (15) and (18) which completely describe the velocity field v in terms of the Reynolds number R. Eq. (18) is a time dependent equation which shows that the homogeneous Kambe field equation means that the convective derivative vanishes. These are much simpler than the vorticity equation, and contain the same information.

a353rdpapernotes2.pdf

353(1): Derivation of the Navier Stokes Equation

July 25, 2016

This note derives the Navier Stokes equation and explains the various terms, including the baroclinic term which can be expressed in terms of the Kambe electric field as in Eq. (56).

a353rdpapernotes1.pdf

Graphics and Animations for UFT351 and UFT352

July 25, 2016

These graphics and animations are bound to attract a lot of interest. One animation is worth a book full of equations to those with no knowledge of maths., the great majority of the general public. Even Ph. D.’s in the physical sciences have a limited knowledge of maths and computing. So animations help them a lot. As can be seen from the daily reports there is already a a lot of interest in UFT349 and UFT351. There is also a lot of interest in the recent precession papers UFT345 – UFT348, especially UFT346 with its graphics.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 24/07/2016 17:26:20 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Preparing for UFT353

This is highly interesting. I am now preparing my parts for papers 351/352. I did a lot of FEM calculations to see how solutions of the equations develop. I am collecting the most significant examples for the papers and will upload some animations to the AIAS website.

Horst

Am 24.07.2016 um 17:50 schrieb EMyrone:

I have been reading around the subject of the Navier Stokes and vorticity equations, and found that Kambe missed out two terms: the baroclinic torque and the term in the Reynolds number. The latter was reinstated in UFT349, 351 and 352. The baroclinic torque is responsible for effects in atmospheric physics and oceanography for example. Using the homogeneous field equation of Kambe an important simplification of the vorticity equation was found in immediately preceding papers, and this also simplifies the baroclinic torque. So I will send out the first note on this subject tomorrow, Note 353(1).

Wind 6.76%, 1 – 13 mph 0729 local time

July 25, 2016

Wind turbine power in gwatts is again negligible at 6.76%, wildly fuctuating with the wind, so coal is also wildly fluctuating, having to be switched on and off all the time to stabilize the grid. This consumes a lot of the pitiful power produced by wind turbines. Hydro is at 0.83%, and photoelectric is not even centrally metered. Biomass is a negligible 2.71%, and 19 out of 31 areas on the met office wind map are at 8 mph or less. This means that 61.3% of 35,000 wind turbines are producing essentially nothing: 21,455 useless turbines scarring the landscape and decimating wildlife by the thousands every day. All for no purpose, with the exception of primitive greed for subsidies. With an energy policy like this who needs the Ministry of Truth? Today 84.11% of demand is met by gas / steam, nuclear and coal. I would like the entire nuclear industry shut down and all turbines demolished after hydroelectric, LENR and SE (spacetime energy) come on line. Wind turbines should be demolished now in order to stabilize the grid. Otherwise the economy will be in permanent recession, the gap between rich and poor widening all the time, and unemployment in Wales at its usual high level. The pound has fallen to $1.31 today from about $2 two years ago. The dollar is also weak so the pound is not worth very much against strong currencies.

Daily Report Saturday 23/7/16

July 25, 2016

The equivalent of 569,940 printed pages was downloaded during the day (2.078 gigabytes) from 4,708 downloaded memory files (hits) and 515 distinct visits, each averaging 8.1 memory pages and 15 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio of 121.06 for the day, main spiders cnsat(China), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 1468, Top ten items 1193, Collected Evans / Morris 759 (est), Collected scientometrics 516(est), Principles of ECE 301, Barddoniaeth / Collected poetry 226, Autobiography volumes one and two 203, Collected Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 200, Collected Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 198, F3(Sp) 156, Evans Equations 128(est), Engineering Model 125, PECE 117, CEFE 88, UFT88 80, UFT321 43, Llais 36, UFT311 25(est), List of prolific authors 22, Three world records by MWE 19, Lindstrom Idaho lecture 19, UFT313 34, UFT314 27, UFT315 40, UFT316 30, UFT317 43, UFT318 64, UFT319 47, UFT320 34, UFT322 42, UFT323 27, UFT324 44, UFT325 47, UFT326 41, UFT327 27, UFT328 33, UFT329 43, UFT330 36, UFT331 30, UFT332 33, UFT333 34, UFT334 38, UFT335 26, UFT336 36, UFT337 28, UFT338 21, UFT339 27, UFT340 27, UFT341 37, UFT342 25, UFT343 38, UFT344 51, UFT345 60, UFT346 96, UFT347 47, UFT348 50, UFT349 70, UFT351 45 to date in July 2016. iParadigms cloud based educational technologies, complete site download, intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for July 2016.

Pdf Version

July 24, 2016

NEW POETRY.pdf

“New Poetry” Updated

July 24, 2016

This version includes the new englyn and sonnet. I plan to write a short prose cameo on the same subject and repost “New Poetry”. I will apply to join Gerazim and apply to have it listed by CADW, along with Elim and Salem. If I am accepted as a member I will oppose any change to the status quo. I think that secular laws are needed to forbid anyone living in a chapel or a church.

NEW POETRY.docx

Preparing for UFT353

July 24, 2016

I have been reading around the subject of the Navier Stokes and vorticity equations, and found that Kambe missed out two terms: the baroclinic torque and the term in the Reynolds number. The latter was reinstated in UFT349, 351 and 352. The baroclinic torque is responsible for effects in atmospheric physics and oceanography for example. Using the homogeneous field equation of Kambe an important simplification of the vorticity equation was found in immediately preceding papers, and this also simplifies the baroclinic torque. So I will send out the first note on this subject tomorrow, Note 353(1).


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