This is a very interesting programme of work, and of course Doug will be a co author, together with anyone else who contributes. That is always my rule when it comes to co authorship. Three dimensions bring out many features that are missing from two dimensions. The plan for UFT356 is to set up the equations for velocity fields induced in spacetime (the aether) by electric and magnetic fields, starting with electrostatics and magnetostatics, then plane waves,used as simple examples. The papers on fluid electrodynamics are the most popular of the ECE2 series as can be seen from the eaerly morning reports. There are now forty one ECE2 papers, some more popular than others, but all very well read around the world. Standard physics is sitting on a small branch, very high up a tree, and is busily sawing itself into a gravitationally induced plunge into obsolescence.
Sent: 24/08/2016 19:07:14 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: FEM programs and modeling
I collocated the required features and possible commercial and free FEM
programs again, including your amendments. I spoke to some people who
all recommended Comsol as the best program. It is most flexible and the
best invest for future developments. A version for non-commrecial use
may be usable. FlexPDE seems to be a bit tricky with defining 3D
regions, I had some problems with that.
I would like to model a cube in a cube and a pyramid in a cube (see
attachment; the pyramid is not correctly drawn, should have a tip). The
Reynolds numbers should be different in the surrounding cube and the
inner cube/pyramid. The simplified vorticity equation should be solved.
I am planning to try this out with FlexPDE first and will order a test
version for one month. Comsol requires further thinking about buying etc.
Doug: would it be possible for you to define both geometries in FlexPDE?
Myron will certainly add you as a co-author. The boundaries have to be
discussed. I suggest that the velocity field should be fixed at one
outer side to define an inflow of aether spacetime.
If we obtain reasonable results, we can try to set up a first model for
a circuit in one of the next papers. After one month we should think
about changing the FEM tool.