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1 The ECE Electromagnetic Equations Considering the Vacuum State
"... It is shown that the description of a circuit by electromagnetic ECE theory in one polarization state can be decoupled from the states of the electromagnetic vacuum. The circuit description is unaffected by the vacuum states. Only the geometry of the circuit arrangement impacts the vacuum states. Bo ..."
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It is shown that the description of a circuit by electromagnetic ECE theory in one polarization state can be decoupled from the states of the electromagnetic vacuum. The circuit description is unaffected by the vacuum states. Only the geometry of the circuit arrangement impacts the vacuum states. Boundary conditions are discussed.
Solution of the ECE Metric Equations for the Infinite Solenoid
"... Recently, the structure of spacetime was incorporated into the ECE equations of electromagnetism. In this paper, the field equations are shown to possess nonlinear terms that appear when the metric coefficients depend on the value of the magnetic field. This is investigated for the case of an infini ..."
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Recently, the structure of spacetime was incorporated into the ECE equations of electromagnetism. In this paper, the field equations are shown to possess nonlinear terms that appear when the metric coefficients depend on the value of the magnetic field. This is investigated for the case of an infinite solenoid. With reasonable simplifications, the nonlinear hyperbolic partial differential equation is shown to reduce to a distorted wave equation which offers solutions that show amplification effects. Heterodyning behaviour was observed, corresponding to the resonance for the first standing wave in the solenoid core. At higher frequencies, the magnetic field becomes asymptotically linear in time, indicating some form of resonant growth.
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.
What are Scalar Waves?
, 2012
"... There is a wide confusion on what are scalar waves in serious and less serious literature on electrical engineering. In this paper we explain that this type of waves are longitudinal waves of potentials. It is shown that a longitudinal wave is a combination of a vector potential with a sacalar pote ..."
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There is a wide confusion on what are scalar waves in serious and less serious literature on electrical engineering. In this paper we explain that this type of waves are longitudinal waves of potentials. It is shown that a longitudinal wave is a combination of a vector potential with a sacalar potential. There is a full analogue to acoustic waves. Transmitters and receivers for longitudinal electromagnetic waves are discussed.
Interaction of electrostatics with the ECE vacuum
, 2014
"... The interaction of vacuum or background structures with electromagnetic processes is investigated. ECE electrodynamics allows the description of vacuum structures on a classical level. A model for mattervacuum interaction is presented. By means of the rich structure of general relativity it is po ..."
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The interaction of vacuum or background structures with electromagnetic processes is investigated. ECE electrodynamics allows the description of vacuum structures on a classical level. A model for mattervacuum interaction is presented. By means of the rich structure of general relativity it is possible to describe ordinary electrostatic fields by a flux of the background vector potential. The scalar background potential is able to create enormous vacuum stress. The interaction method allows for describing weak structures in space which have been observed already over hundred years ago and reconfirmed recently. An explanation on the classical and quantum level is given which can account for many observed features.
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