Classical Physics


The Heuristic Model of Energy Propagation in Free Space, Based on the Detection of a Current Induced in a Conductor Inside a Continuously Covered Conducting Enclosure by an External Radio-Frequency Source

Authors: G Piyadasa, UD Annakkage, AM Gole, AD Rajapakse, U Premaratne

The objective of this study is to propose a heuristic model of energy propagation due to an anomaly; electromagnetic-field penetration into a continuously covered conducting enclosure (Faraday shield) from an external radio frequency source, violating the accepted model in electromagnetic-field theory. In this study, at arbitrarily selected frequency, range of 26.965–1800 MHz, of an external frequency source, an electromagnetic field inside the conducting enclosure was observed, contrary to expectations, which was followed by a systematic examination. Although no induced voltage could be expected inside the enclosure according to classical theory, experiment revealed a clear induced voltage inside; An attenuated induced voltage of -18.0dB to -1.0dB (for the range of frequencies 26.965 – 1800MHz) was observed. Hence these results apparently contradict the established notion that an electromagnetic field cannot penetrate a faraday shield. Rationalizing these observations and the results of the investigation leads to an alternative model to the existing models in energy propagation in free space. In this model, novel quantities named ‘ISpin energy’ and ‘ISpin-energy field’ are defined to replace the concept of electric and magnetic fields in classical electromagnetic theory. The proposed ISpin-energy model is capable of explaining the unexpected presence of the electromagnetic field inside the Faraday shield as well as the induction of an alternating current in a conductor placed inside a Faraday shield along with other existing observations in physics such as those in famous Young’s double slit experiment on interference of light - which provided the basis for the wave theory.

Comments: 46 Pages. Supplementary data is attached at the end of the manuscript

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