Many thanks! Agreed with the corrigendum and the scheme of computation and animation looks very interesting, especially if the theory could be compared directly with data from Osamu Ide. Also, pure computational results would be very interesting because they would show flows and turbulence for various boundary conditions. This would be equivalent to a computer simulation.

To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 22/07/2016 16:38:05 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Discussion of UFT352In eq.(27), last term of first line, there should be a plus sign and a time derivative, has been corrected in (28).

An explicit form of (39) for the first component (my=0) has not been written out but can be derived from rho_circuit.What about the following procedure for computing e-m fields from the aether flow v:

1. solve the flow problem for v

2. compute q_F by (3) and rho_vac by (11)

3. compute electric potential phi_W by (25) assuming div(W)=0

4. compute electric field by E = – grad(phi_W) (eq. (18) without W)This seems particularly appropriate in case of static problems.

If a magnetic field is required, the procedure is a bit more complicated:1. compute J_F by (10) and J_vac by (12)

2. compute W by (30) where J_vac is used on the RHS

3. compute magnetic induction by (17)Alternatively, one could solve the MH-like equations (20) and (22) directly with vacuum current on the RHS. Then the solution is fully time-dependent by definition and computation of potentials is avoided. Thus the aether problem is reduced to computing a (time-dependent) vacuum current density and all electrical properties follow.

Horst

Am 22.07.2016 um 14:07 schrieb EMyrone:

This paper gives a scheme for computation and animation of E and B induced in a circuit by the velocity field of the vacuum, spacetime, or aether of fluid electrodynamics.