Protests against Mynydd y Gwair

August 26, 2016

This is a call for protests from Gethin ap Gruffudd and Sia^n Ifan of Llysgenhadaeth Owain Glyndw^r (my ancestral cousin as attached) – The Glyndw^r Embassy. I am in favour of continuous organized protest, strike action, work to rule and all other legal and peaceful tactics to delay the mindless, greed ridden destruction of the ecology. An example is an organized continuous protest with groups coming in to relieve other groups. The decision of a so called “minister” at the Welsh Assembly is a direct assault on democracy, and is the result of pressure from a corrupt cabal and an absentee landlord, my cousin the Duke of Beaufort. He will be well hated for generations as a monstrous, destructive vandal.

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Discussion of 356(2)

August 26, 2016

Fully agreed, the graphics will be very interesting!

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 26/08/2016 14:05:53 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 356(2): Velocity Field from a Current Loop Magnetic Field

In this case the velocity field v is (within constant factors) the same as the classical vector potential A. Therefore all classical methods computing the A field are directly applicable.
In a magnetostatic case (eq.(20) of note 356(1)) we have

rho_m/rho * nabla x (nabla x v) = mu_0 J

or

nabla x (nabla x A) = mu_0 J.

This is the way in which for example FlexPDE solves magnetostatic problems. The vector potential directly corresponds to the velocity field in case of constant charge densities. In electrical cases this seems to be a bit more difficile because the term

(v*nabla) v

does not appear in classical electrodynamics. However, if v is given analytically, E can be calculated this way. So the above magnetostatic problem seems to generate an inherent electric field, not known in classical electrodynamics.

I will try to compute this E field from v of the notes.

Horst

Am 26.08.2016 um 14:04 schrieb EMyrone:

In this case the result is analytical, Eq. (11), and it can be graphed in three dimensions in spherical polar coordinates.

Discussion of Note 356(1)

August 26, 2016

The equations are of the format B(1) = curl A(1) and so on, so we know that v(1) and v(2) are plane waves. I think that:

v(1) = (v(0) / root2) (i bold – i j bold) exp (i phi) = v(2)*

where * denotes complex conjugate. This should be checked with computer algebra. Also, the result for a curent loop magnetostatic field, just sent over is analytical.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 26/08/2016 12:45:58 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Note 356(1): Spacetime Velocity Fields Set up by Electric and Magnetic Fields

Has the factor exp(+/- i phi) to come out from the RHS of eqs.(12,13)? or has it simply to be multiplied to the curl terms at the RHS (a typo)?
In the first case v(1) and v(2) cannot be guessed so easily because there is a Z dependence in the exponential factor.

Horst

Am 25.08.2016 um 13:52 schrieb EMyrone:

The first few examples are idealized plane waves and static electric and magnetic fields. In this case it is not difficult for computer algebra to evaluate the velocity fields in the aether. They will give very interesting graphics. In the next few examples it is possible to consider for example spherical electric and magnetic waves in a material, pulsed electric and magnetic fields, and in general any type of electric or magnetic field in a material or any circuit. These will all general their own pattern of velocity fields in fluid spacetime. The vacuum in this theory is therefore an aether with well defined velocity fields. These are entirely new and original ideas. In the first example, numerical methods are not needed. It is relatively easy to get analytical solutions.

356(2): Velocity Field from a Current Loop Magnetic Field

August 26, 2016

In this case the result is analytical, Eq. (11), and it can be graphed in three dimensions in spherical polar coordinates.

a356thpapernotes2.pdf

Supercomputing Fluid Electrodynamics

August 26, 2016

This is important, because parallel processing produces supercomputer power into a desktop. At IBM Kingston in 1986 we worked on one of the first parallel processors, LCAP / IBM 3090 6S.

CC: Emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 25/08/2016 21:33:42 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: FEM programs and modeling

All,

I found these video presentations for COMSOL. The first link below provides mostly user interface and workflow overview information. The second link, however, explains how particular equations and equation sets can be entered and solved (equation sets are briefly mentioned in the question and answer portion at the end). Apparently, COMSOL also offers a network license that permits cloud computing/parallel processing.

Scroll midway down the page for the video –
How to Use COMSOL Multiphysics, a Tutorial Video

How to Use COMSOL Multiphysics, a Tutorial Video

Interested in learning how to set up and run a simulation? This video tutorial demonstrates the basics of how to…

Flexibility of equation based modeling as distinct from the predefined physics modules (which are based on Standard Model physics equations) –
Equation-Based Modeling for Custom Simulations in COMSOL Multiphysics

Equation-Based Modeling for Custom Simulations in COMSOL Multiphysics

Create custom simulations in COMSOL Multiphysics with equation-based modeling. Learn how to use PDEs, ODEs, and …

FEM programs and modeling

August 26, 2016

Many thanks, this looks very interesting for all applications. The fluid electrodynamics papers are already the most read of the ECE2 series, led by UFT352.

Sent: 25/08/2016 17:23:31 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: FEM programs and modeling

‚ÄčThe 3D extrusion is limited in flexpde, as described in this note from their sample problems – extruding a helix..

“This problem shows the use of the function definition facility of FlexPDE to create a helix of square cross-section in 3D.

The mesh generation facility of FlexPDE extrudes a 2D figure along a straight

path in Z, so that it is not possible to directly define a helical shape.

However, by defining a coordinate transformation, we can build a straight rod

in 3D and interpret the coordinates in a rotating frame.

Define the twisting coordinates by the transformation

xt = x*cos(y/R);

yt = x*sin(y/R);

zt = z

In this transformation, x and y are the coordinates FlexPDE believes it is working

with, and they are the coordinates that move with the twisting.

xt and yt are the “lab coordinates” of the twisted figure.

The chain rule gives

dF/d(xt) = (dx/dxt)*(dF/dx) + (dy/dxt)*(dF/dy) + (dz/dxt)*(dF/dz)

with similar rules for yt and zt.

Some tedious algebra gives

dx/dxt = cos(y/R) dy/dxt = -(R/x)*sin(y/R) dz/dxt = 0

dx/dyt = sin(y/R) dy/dyt = (R/x)*cos(y/R) dz/dyt = 0

dx/dzt = dy/dzt = 0 dz/dzt = 1

These relations are defined in the definitions section, and used in the equations

section, perhaps nested as in the heat equation shown here.

Notice that this formulation produces the upward motion by tilting the bar in

the un-twisted space and wrapping the resulting figure around a cylinder.

We have added a cylindrical mounting pad at each end of the helix.”

The box with attached box is simple; the pyramid on a pyramid is not. I will look at importing meshes etc. into flexpdE for the pyramid case.

Doug

On Wed, Aug 24, 2016 at 11:07 AM, Horst Eckardt <mail> wrote:

Hi all,

I collocated the required features and possible commercial and free FEM programs again, including your amendments. I spoke to some people who all recommended Comsol as the best program. It is most flexible and the best invest for future developments. A version for non-commrecial use may be usable. FlexPDE seems to be a bit tricky with defining 3D regions, I had some problems with that.

I would like to model a cube in a cube and a pyramid in a cube (see attachment; the pyramid is not correctly drawn, should have a tip). The Reynolds numbers should be different in the surrounding cube and the inner cube/pyramid. The simplified vorticity equation should be solved.
I am planning to try this out with FlexPDE first and will order a test version for one month. Comsol requires further thinking about buying etc.
Doug: would it be possible for you to define both geometries in FlexPDE? Myron will certainly add you as a co-author. The boundaries have to be discussed. I suggest that the velocity field should be fixed at one outer side to define an inflow of aether spacetime.

If we obtain reasonable results, we can try to set up a first model for a circuit in one of the next papers. After one month we should think about changing the FEM tool.

Horst

FOR POSTING: Blog Archive Updated to August 2016

August 26, 2016

To: emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 25/08/2016 23:33:36 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Evans Daily Blog pdf Update

Dr Evans, please upload the attached blog pdf, which is current to August 25.

Someone hacked my Ubuntu PC, which I use as a single-purpose machine, for downloading your blog, and creating the pdf file (only the old Ubuntu Office program makes a good pdf file, without messing up the fonts and spacing). This quarter, when I booted the PC up, it would not let me log on, even with the correct password. So, it seems there is a definite effort to stop these archive efforts. But, we have beaten them again!

My pleasure to help, and thank you for the health related comments. I’m feeling nearly back to normal, these days. I had extreme levels of pain in the spring, which have almost completely subsided.

Michael Jackson

Evans2016DailyBlogtoAug25.pdf

Wind 4.92%, 1 – 15 mph, 0812 local time

August 26, 2016

The wind in Swansea today is 1 mph, so the corrupt and ugly Betws turbines are producing nothing. This is the worst blight on the landscape in this area. Further monstrous desecration is planned for Gwrhyd. There are plans for placing a huge turbine on unstable ground directly above a Welsh medium school in Ystalyfera. That is asking for another Aberfan. No wind over Betws has been the case for more than a week, and essentially all summer. So the serene and ancient beauty of Betws has been cynically destroyed for no purpose. Over all Wales today there is not enough wind to produce any electricity from wind turbines because the wind speed over all Wales is 8 mph or less. There is an isolated 15 mph off the shore of North Wales,in an area where there are no turbines. Hydro is an abysmal 0.78%, and this the major weak point Hydro should be essentially 100%. China for example is already producing thousands of gigawatts from hydro. This zero hydro fiasco is the result of corruption in government and the wind turbine lobby. There are elaborate bribes and kickbacks. All kinds of delaying actions should be made against Mynydd y Gwair until N Power goes bankrupt. Google “bankrupt wind turbine companies” to see that there are going to be many bankruptcies soon, N Power can be pushed into oblivion by steady opposition, such as work to rule, strike action, and continuous protest, delaying injunctions and so on. An all out effort should be made to save democracy, Mynydd y Gwair is a battle for democracy itself.

Daily Report 24/8/16

August 26, 2016

The equivalent of 192,601 printed pages was downloaded during the day (702.224 megabytes) from 679 distinct visits each averaging 4.0 memory pages and 11 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio of 60.34 for the day, main spiders cnsat(China), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 1724, Top ten 1515, Evans / Morris 792 (est), Collected scientometrics 508, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 357, Evans Equations 342, F3(Sp) 336, Principles of ECE 284, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 274, Autobiography volumes one and two 236, Collected Proofs 225, UFT88 113, Engineering Model 108, UFT311 91, PECE 90, CEFE 73, Self charging inverter 41, UFT321 38, Lindstrom Idaho lecture 27, Three world records by MWE 23, List of prolific authors 18, UFT313 33, UFT314 34, UFT315 44, UFT316 35, UFT317 30, UFT318 49, UFT319 49, UFT320 39, UFT322 51, UFT323 45, UFT324 61, UFT325 53, UFT326 38, UFT327 29, UFT328 42, UFT329 45, UFT330 36, UFT331 45, UFT332 39, UFT333 31, UFT334 33, UFT335 41, UFT336 34, UFT337 30, UFT338 31, UFT339 38, UFT340 35, UFT341 35, UFT342 27, UFT343 29, UFT344 44, UFT345 39, UFT346 44, UFT347 44, UFT348 55, UFT349 64, UFT351 60, UFT352 84, UFT353 66, UFT354 51, UFT355 14 to date in August 2016. Argentine National University at Cordoba UFT170(Sp); City of Winnipeg Essay 18, 32, 41, 119, extensive; de la Salle University Philippines UFT25; University of Bristol UFT323, intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for August 2016.

Note 356(1): Spacetime Velocity Fields Set up by Electric and Magnetic Fields

August 25, 2016

The first few examples are idealized plane waves and static electric and magnetic fields. In this case it is not difficult for computer algebra to evaluate the velocity fields in the aether. They will give very interesting graphics. In the next few examples it is possible to consider for example spherical electric and magnetic waves in a material, pulsed electric and magnetic fields, and in general any type of electric or magnetic field in a material or any circuit. These will all general their own pattern of velocity fields in fluid spacetime. The vacuum in this theory is therefore an aether with well defined velocity fields. These are entirely new and original ideas. In the first example, numerical methods are not needed. It is relatively easy to get analytical solutions.

a356thpapernotes1.pdf


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