Plans for UFT236: Unsolved Problem in Kinematics

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Friday, January 25, 2013 7:18 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Plans for UFT236: Unsolved Problem in Kinematics

This problem is described in a book that Horst Eckardt kindly sent me, by Guenther Wehr, “Ungeloeste Probleme der Physik” (Haag and Herschen, 1999), “Unsolved Problems of Physics”. It is very similar to the work done in UFT235, but poses an unsolved problem. So I will go into this next. UFT235 is purely kinematic, it evaluates the acceleration of an elliptical orbit or any orbit by evaluating a = dv / dt, v = dr / dt in plane polar coordinates, using the constraint dr / dtheta of the elliptical orbit, and that is all. The first note of UFT236 will compare this pure kinematic approach with the Newtonian approach, and then the theory will be applied to the problem posed by Wehr, firstly writing out all the equations used by Wehr.

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