Computational model with x(t)

These are again very interesting results, they mean that the fluid dynamics of spacetime can affect an orbit in many different ways. We are progressing well beyond the obsolete standard model, and the progress is studied by the best in the world. It has been found that the fluid dynamics of spacetime produce a precessing orbit if the convective derivative of velocity is used in the force equation on the classical level. The result is equivalent to ECE2 relativity, which also produces a precessing orbit. The experimental precession is claimed to be 3 MG / (c squared alpha). So I will now proceed to trying to find a simple method of computing x and x dot.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 03/04/2017 10:19:12 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Computational model with x(t)

I made an oscillatory approach for x(t) of note 374(4):

x(t) = 1 + a*sin(t/2)

with a small factor a. This impacts the dynamics, see Fig. 3. The
angular frequency phi dot shows an overlay of oscillations. The orbit
(Fig. 4) is roughly an ellipse which expands over time. I made an
alternatve calculation with much smaller factor a. Then the same effect
is visible on a smaller scale, but the oscillations are much faster. The
x factor impacts the time development of the orbit significantly.

Horst

374(4).pdf


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