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1 Reduction of the ECE Theory of Electromagnetism to the MaxwellHeaviside Theory, Part III
"... In this third paper of the series on how the ECE theory of electromagnetism reduces to the MaxwellHeaviside theory, it is shown that given the assumption that nature abhors a singularity, if a Maxwellian state is ever achieved, even if only briefly, it remains Maxwellian, unless very strong measure ..."
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In this third paper of the series on how the ECE theory of electromagnetism reduces to the MaxwellHeaviside theory, it is shown that given the assumption that nature abhors a singularity, if a Maxwellian state is ever achieved, even if only briefly, it remains Maxwellian, unless very strong measures are brought to create an instability.
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"... Dispositivos para la resonancia del espacio y tiempo basado en la teoría ECE ..."
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Dispositivos para la resonancia del espacio y tiempo basado en la teoría ECE
Experimental verification and theoretical explanation of the Osamu Ide experiment, www.aias.us
, 2015
"... In a series of papers Osamu Ide has experimentally shown that by applying an electric pulse on a transformer, a current appears that does not have a counterpart in classical electrodynamics. This behaviour has been verified by own experiments. There is a short pulse of about 2 µs and an onset of cur ..."
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In a series of papers Osamu Ide has experimentally shown that by applying an electric pulse on a transformer, a current appears that does not have a counterpart in classical electrodynamics. This behaviour has been verified by own experiments. There is a short pulse of about 2 µs and an onset of current, which is significantly larger than the current to be expected from the circuit according to ordinary circuit theory. This nonclassical behaviour can be explained by a model based on EinsteinCartanEvans (ECE) theory which incorporates elements of general relativity. From this model, a differential equation for the vector potential emerges which depends on the socalled spin connection, a phenomenon of spacetime structure. By using a parametrized model for the spin connection, the experimental curves for the onset of current can be explained very well. This might be a mechanism of energy transfer from the nonempty vacuum.
Devices for SpaceTime Resonance Based on ECE Theory
"... www.aias.us Recently an engineering model of Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) theory was developed. This allows the design of electromagnetic devices under inclusion of resonance effects from spacetime. The resonance is enabled by means of the spin connection which is not present in the standard model ..."
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www.aias.us Recently an engineering model of Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) theory was developed. This allows the design of electromagnetic devices under inclusion of resonance effects from spacetime. The resonance is enabled by means of the spin connection which is not present in the standard model of electrical engineering (MaxwellHeaviside theory). In this paper designs on base of the socalled vector spin connection are presented and three mathematical models are developed. The models are studied by analytical and numerical methods. Results show that spacetime resonances can be evoked by these device in various ways in order to extract electrical energy from spacetime. Some realization examples are proposed.
The Complete Equations of Classical Dynamics in ECE Theory
"... The complete equations of classical dynamics in ECE theory are deduced directly from Cartan geometry, the first Cartan structure equation, the Bianchi identity, and the Hodge dual of the Bianchi identity. These equations are fully relativistic and reduce to the well known nonrelativistic limits wh ..."
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The complete equations of classical dynamics in ECE theory are deduced directly from Cartan geometry, the first Cartan structure equation, the Bianchi identity, and the Hodge dual of the Bianchi identity. These equations are fully relativistic and reduce to the well known nonrelativistic limits when the spin connection becomes very small. The equations of ECE dynamics have the same structure as the equations of electrodynamics in ECE unified field theory, and the ECE equations of dynamics generalize the gravitomagnetic equations of the standard model to fully relativistic situations without any assumption on linearization.
1 NonMaxwell Static Solutions for ECE Electromagnetism
"... The ECE definitions of electric intensity and magnetic induction are assumed for the static case of single polarization, and assumed to be governed by Maxwelllike field equations. If these equations are constrained by the ECE equations of electromagnetic symmetry, no nonMaxwellian scenarios other ..."
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The ECE definitions of electric intensity and magnetic induction are assumed for the static case of single polarization, and assumed to be governed by Maxwelllike field equations. If these equations are constrained by the ECE equations of electromagnetic symmetry, no nonMaxwellian scenarios other that the trivial solution are possible for ECE electromagnetics for a single polarization given certain assumptions on the continuity of the potentials.
Circuit theory for unusual inductor behavior
"... The experiments of Osamu Ide showed that transformers exhibit current components hitherto unknown when switched on by steep pulses. This behaviour has been be explained by EinsteinCartanEvans Theory in a previous paper. In order to simplify calculations, an extended circuit theory is developed on ..."
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The experiments of Osamu Ide showed that transformers exhibit current components hitherto unknown when switched on by steep pulses. This behaviour has been be explained by EinsteinCartanEvans Theory in a previous paper. In order to simplify calculations, an extended circuit theory is developed on this basis. Oscillations of the inductance are shown to account for the additional, exponentially decreasing current term. The circuit equation is first developed theoretically and studied analytically. Then precise solutions are obtained by simulation, showing that the experimental curves of the Ide effect can be reproduced very well. A mechanism for extracting energy is proposed.
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"... Unified field theory is developed from the tetrad postulate of Cartan geometry by first deducing the Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) Lemma and then factorizing the d’Alembertian in SU(2) and SU(3) representation spaces using respectively the Pauli and a development of the GellMann matrices. It is shown ..."
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Unified field theory is developed from the tetrad postulate of Cartan geometry by first deducing the Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) Lemma and then factorizing the d’Alembertian in SU(2) and SU(3) representation spaces using respectively the Pauli and a development of the GellMann matrices. It is shown that both dynamics and electrodynamics may be developed as first order differential equations in both SU(2) and SU(3) representation spaces. This means that the fundamental origin of bosons and fermions is geometrical. The key to deducing the first order differential equations is to factorize the d’Alembertian operator of the ECE Lemma. The parity operator produces another differential equation with reversed momentum. In the SU(2) representation space this procedure produces a fermion equation that is simpler than the Dirac equation, but equivalent to it. In the SU(3) representation space a novel equation is produced, both for dynamics and electrodynamics.
I ~ DEVELOPMENT OF NEW SPECTROSCOPIES FROM THE ECE FERMION EQUATION
"... The hamiltonian structure of the ECE fermion equation is used with a well known but hitherto unused Pauli algebra to produce novel results including the magnetizability of the hydro genic orbitals, and novel spin orbit terms. All of these results should produce observable new spectroscopies. If thes ..."
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The hamiltonian structure of the ECE fermion equation is used with a well known but hitherto unused Pauli algebra to produce novel results including the magnetizability of the hydro genic orbitals, and novel spin orbit terms. All of these results should produce observable new spectroscopies. If these spectroscopies are not observed experimentally quantum mechanics would become self inconsistent at a fundamental level. The way in which these results translate into particle collision theory is illustrated by an example.