Engineering Model and Flow Charts

I agree with these ideas, after prominently displaying The Engineering Model as UFT303 it became much more popular. This is also true of “The Principles of ECE” (UFT281 to UFT287), The Eckardt Lindstrom Papers (UFT292 to UFT299), CEFE (UFT301), “The Evans Equations” (UFT302) and “Collected Scientometrics Volume One” (UFT307). Updating the equation flow charts is a very good idea. The Evans / Morris papers are the most popular collection at present (UFT278 – 280, 289 – 291, 300, 304, 306 – 310, 312 in English and Spanish). The use of any relevant keywords on Google shows that all 312 items to date of the UFT Section will be in the Google front pages, often in number one position on the first page. UFT311 is important and popular because it proves the existence of the spin connection experimentally, and of course UFT88 is a classic which has just been updated to UFT313.

Sent: 30/04/2015 07:48:56 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Vector Formulation of the New Identities

I would prefer considering only the “macroscopic” equations for the engineering model. In principle they are useable for engineering, but the document “engineering model” is of course much too high level to be directly applicable to engineering. In so for the name may be not the best.

What about letting the engineering model document as is (updating it with actual equations in vector form) and re-arranging the flow charts we had made years ago. This is the right place for all original ECE equations and identities.


Sean MacLachlan hat am 29. April 2015 um 19:53 geschrieben:

Also I think we should rename to simply ECE Model.
It’s best to capture all the main identities, field and wave equations etc.
This should be true whether it applies to devices we can engineer or cosmology or atoms.
It’s important that we have one reference document that we regularly update that summarizes the entire model we are building from galaxies to atomic processes and everything in between.


On Apr 29, 2015, at 10:24 AM, EMyrone wrote:

This is a very good idea. I would say that the vector enters in to ECE theory through the definition of the tetrad, V sup a = q sup sub mu V sup mu. I think that UFT313 is a particularly important milestone so many thanks for the checking.

To: emyrone
Sent: 29/04/2015 12:07:33 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: FOR POSTING: Four New Fundamental Identities For Engineering Model

It would be interesting to derive vector forms of these identities. I see a certain problem with the Ricci Evans identity because it requires the application to a vector V. What is V in the engineering model? e-m fields and potentials have at least two indices.


EMyrone hat am 29. April 2015 um 11:36 geschrieben:

These are:

1) The First Evans Identity.
2) The Jacobi Cartan Evans Identity.
3) The Bianchi Cartan Evans Identity.
4) The Ricci Evans Identity.

and can be applied to electromagnetism, gravitation or a combination.

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