The Relativistic Binet Equation of Orbits

Many thanks for this meticulous checking, this is hard work and is of key importance for the accuracy and impact of the work.

The Relativistic Binet Equation of Orbits
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

I checked the equations of the notes. They are correct. In note 7 there is a small sign typo in eq.(24). There is no analytical solution for eq.(41) but I think you found one in paper 403. I will write up section 3 with some example graphics.


Am 25.02.2018 um 15:08 schrieb Myron Evans:

This given by Eq. (25) using the results of Note 402(5). It is the same result as derived in earlier UFT papers, giving a proof of overall self consistency. It is developed to give the precise orbital equation (36), which is approximated by Eq. (42), a second order non linear differential equation. It is known from numerical integration in UFT401 that the starting equation, the relativistic Newton equation, gives precessing ellipses. Eq. (36) gives the precise analytical result for the same orbit, so Eq. (36) must give precession.

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