These are given in paper 113
and the extended powerpoint engineering model presentation by Horst Eckardt, the AIAS Director, distributed this morning. They are based in rigorous logic on geometry, as demanded by objectivity in natural philosophy. So they can be regarded as the most rigorous test of relativity to date. They are generally covariant and valid for all strengths of force field, not just in the weak field limit. The famous Newton law is a limit of one of the inhomogeneous equations, the equation equivalent to the Coulomb law of ECE classical electrodynamics. The Newtonian acceleration due to gravity is g in the weak field limit as the spin connection goes to zero. This is one of the orbital torsion laws. The other is the Hodge dual law, and defines the quantity labelled h by Dr Eckardt in his presentation. This dual law is the dynamical equivalent of the Gauss law of magnetism in the ECE classical electrodynamics. Therefore h behaves like a magnetic flux density B, i.e as an orbital angular acceleration. There are two laws of spin torsion, the dynamical equivalents of the ECE Ampere Maxwell law and ECE Faraday law of induction. The latter has been reported recently by the ESA / Austrian group as is well known. These spin torsion laws relate h and g. The dynamical equivalent of the Ampere Maxwell law has yet to be observed experimentally. Finally the relation between g and h and the potentials and spin connection vector and scalar parallel those in ECE electrodynamics, giving rise to many engineering possibilities of spin connection resonance. The latter is overwhelmingly likely to have been observed experimentally and routinely in electrodynamics by Tesla and by many others over a span of about a hundred years. So its dynamical counterpart is overwhelmingly likely to exist. The Euler law of rotational dynamics has been derived in paper 113 from the first Cartan structure equation, spinning top precession is due directly to the spin connection. The other laws mentioned above are derived from the Bianchi identity and dual identity. The way in which electrodynamics and dynamics are inter-related is governed by the current terms, as in previous ECE papers.