Classical Physics

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[4] viXra:1206.0101 [pdf] submitted on 2012-06-26 07:52:04

Methodological Principles of Energodynamics

Authors: Etkin V.A.
Comments: 17 Pages. On English

The article describes the methodological features of energodynamics as a theory generalizing the methods of equilibrium and nonequilibrium thermodynamics to nonthermal forms of energy and nonthermal engines.
Category: Classical Physics

[3] viXra:1206.0096 [pdf] replaced on 2015-05-31 12:20:27

The Reaction Self-Force of a Classical Point Particle Actually Does not Diverge

Authors: Kenneth Sandale
Comments: 3 Pages.

For a point charge in a uniform external electric field the laws of classical electromagnetism are currently thought to imply an infinite self-force acting on the charge, in the opposite direction of the external force. This is a physically bizarre situation. We show here that this is not actually implied by the laws of classical electromagnetism. The problem with the standard approach turns out to be that it incorrectly tacitly assumes that the self-force is generated by acceleration induced by the external field when in reality the self-force is generated by acceleration induced by the sum of the external field and the self-force field itself.
Category: Classical Physics

[2] viXra:1206.0083 [pdf] replaced on 2012-11-15 09:03:48

Trouble with Maxwell’s Electromagnetic Theory: Can Fields Induce Other Fields in Vacuum?

Authors: Ionel DINU
Comments: 30 Pages. The idea that a time-varying magnetic field may create a gradient was emphasized through writing the total time derivative of the magnetic field in terms of the Jacobian matrix.

The purpose of this article is to point out that Maxwell’s electromagnetic theory, believed by the majority of scientists a fundamental theory of physics, is in fact built on an unsupported assumption and on a faulty method of theoretical investigation. The result is that the whole theory cannot be considered reliable, nor its conclusions accurate descriptions of reality. In this work it is called into question whether radio waves (and light) travelling in vacuum, are indeed composed of mutually inducing electric and magnetic fields.
Category: Classical Physics

[1] viXra:1206.0047 [pdf] replaced on 2015-09-03 01:52:31

Inner Process of Photon Emission and Absorption

Authors: D.J. Pons
Comments: 19 Pages. Published as: D.J. Pons, Inner process of Photon emission and absorption, Applied Physics Research, 7 (2015) 14-26.

Problem- There are deep unanswered questions about photon emission, specifically how the field structures of the photon emerge from the electron. While this problem cannot be answered from within quantum mechanics, due to its premise that particles are zero dimensional points, other theories of physics have better prospects. Purpose- A conceptual theory is developed for the processes of photon emission and absorption, in a non-local hidden-variable (NLHV) design called the Cordus theory. Approach- Logical inference is used to predict the structures of the discrete fields of the photon and electron under this framework. From this is extracted an explanation of how electron bonding constraints require the electron to emit its excess energy, and how the photon is created and emerges from the electron. Findings- Emission is found to be an escapement mechanism whereby matter particles that are over-prescribed in position can get rid of that energy, and the details of this are explained. The results show excellent qualitative agreement with classical electromagnetic wave theory and quantum mechanics, many conceptual features of which can be recovered. Originality- A novel conceptual theory is developed for the processes of photon emission and absorption. Particularly important here is the proposed causality whereby bonding constraints affect geometric span of the particule, which affects frequency. Hence this constrains the energy that the electron can contain, and explains why the emitted photon has a specific quantum of energy. A second contribution is the proposed differentiation between the discrete fields of the photon and electron. This yields an explanation for the exponential nature of the evanescent field, and recovery of the inverse radius squared relationship for the electro-magneto-gravitational fields. The theory also offers a physical interpretation of the fine structure constant α as a measure of the transmission efficacy of the fabric, i.e. α determines the relationship between the electric constant of the vacuum fabric, and the speed of propagation c through the fabric. There is further novelty in achieving this from the non-local hidden-variable sector of physics. Implications- Quantum mechanics originated with the observation that the movement of electrons between orbitals resulted in emission of photons with discrete quanta of energy. However it does not explain how the transitions occur. The original contribution here is showing that a solution does exist in NLHV physics. Assuming this is valid then the implications are that particles have internal structure and that quantum mechanics is merely a quantitative statistical summary of a deeper physics.
Category: Classical Physics