380(3): General Evaluation of omega and Q

This note gives some more schemes of evaluation of the ECE2 field equations and lagrangian for computation. The equations are written out in three dimensions. If the “radiation gauge approximation” (11) is used, i.e. it is assumed that the spin connection has no timelike component, the problem of finding vector omega and vector Q can be solved completely by computer because there are six equations in six unknowns. The spin connection and Q vectors for retrograde precession are given by Eq. (26), and for forward precession by Eq. (27). If the potential is approximated by the Hooke Newton potential of gravitostatics, the problem can be solved completely as indicated. The next note will deal with the Biefeld Brown effect in more detail.


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