Discussion of 381(4)

Thanks again! I thought about your previous remarks, and solved the problem with Note 381(6), checked with Note 381(7). In this case the antisymmetry equations for A reduce to zero = zero.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 13/07/2017 15:47:52 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 381(4): Complete Solution for the Static Electric Field

The note is correct, although my analysis of eqs.(7-9) showed incompatible equations before. This seems to be equivalent to the problem in solving the static magnetic field equation

nabla x bold B = bold J.

This equation is not numerically solvable directly for B. However if one substitutes

B = nabla x A

in classical physics, the equation is solvable. I do not understand why this is so, but the same argument seems to be the reason for the seemingly incompatibility of antisymmetry equations.


Am 09.07.2017 um 14:16 schrieb EMyrone:

In general this is the exactly defined solution for seven unknowns using seven equations. This can be found in general using a package such as Maxima. An example solution is found for the Coulomb field, known experimentally with great accuracy, and is given by Eqs. (34) to (38). So the results are most encouraging, complete solutions of the ECE2 field equations can be found by hand, and in general by computer. This is also true for the electromagnetic field. If the general solution is found any type of experimental result can be explained with a spin connection, or by using a given spin connection, any type of magnetic flux density and electric field strength can be engineered. The results in this section can also be used for the gravitational field and gravitomagnetic field. The spin connection used in the note gives an elliptcal orbit, and by adjusting the spin connection it is probably possible to obtain a precessing ellipse. This theory is ECE covariant, so it must give the same results for a precessing ellipse as obtained for example in UFT378.

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