INDEX VOLUME II

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INDEX VOLUME II

NEW PARADIGM IN PHYSICS 1

 

INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME II1 

I.0. Rotational Dynamics

I.1 Criteria of Classic Mechanics

I.2 Brief summary of the theory

I.3 Description of volume II

 

CHAPTERS 

 

6- BEHAVIOR LAWS OF BODIES WITH AXIAL SYMMETRY.

6.0 Structure of mechanical knowledge

6.1 First Law

6.2 Second Law

6.3 Third Law

6.4 Fourth Law 

6.5 Fifth Law 

6.6 Sixth Law 

6.7 Seventh Law 

6.8 Eight Law

6.9 Ninth Law 

6.10 Tenth Law 

6.11 Laws of rotational dynamics

6.12 Other laws

7- COMMENTS CONCERNING THE LAWS

7.0 Dynamic interactions

7.0.0 Intrinsic Angular Momentum Concept

7.0.1 Inertia of Bodies

7.1 Generalization

7.2 Conservative Fields

7.3 Sequential Interaction

7.4 Commutative algebra

7.5 Reinterpretation of behaviors.

7.6 Chaotic movement

7.7 Inconsistency of the fictitious forces

7.8 Consistency with Kepler’s laws of planetary motion

7.8.0 Coherence: Flat orbit

7.8.1 Analysis

7.9 Consistency with Classical Mechanics

7.10 Assumptions

7.11 Comparisons

7.12 Dynamic criteria

7.12.0 Assessment

7.12.1 Assumption reiteration: three punctual masses

7.13 Other considerations

7.13.0 Central force

7.13.1 Harmonic oscillator

7.13.2 New Mathematical Formulations

7.13.3 New simulations

 

8- SCIENTIFIC CONSIDERATIONS

8.0 Generalization of a new concept of Rotational Mechanics

8.1 Inferences

8.1.0 Dark matter

8.1.1 Dark energy

8.2 Imago Universi

8.2.0 Application to Celestial Mechanics

8.2.1 Evolution of cosmology

8.2.2 Orbiting and rotation

8.2.3. Dynamic balance of celestial bodies

8.2.4 Other hypotheses and examples.

8.2.5. Interpretation of Celestial Mechanics

8.2.6 Review of the science of the universe

8.3 Atomic structure

8.3.0 Spin

8.3.1 Precession of charged particle

8.3.2 Quantum field theory

8.3.3 Quantization

8.3.4 Angular momenta coupling in Atomic physics

8.4 Lorentz force.

8.4.0 Detection chambers

8.4.1 Analogy

8.5 Other functions

8.5.0 Scientific applications

8.6 Natural growth

 

9-TECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS

9.0 Dynamic interaction confinement

9.0.0 Dynamic

9.0.1 Methods for achieving fusion

9.0.2 Models of experimental reactors

9.0.3 Plasma dynamics

9.0.4 Gyrokinetic theory

9.0.5 Dynamic interactions

9.0.6 Double confinement

9.1 Dynamic anomalies in the Pioneer space probes

9.1.0 Justification

9.1.1 Rotational dynamics fields

9.1.2 Dynamic anomalies observed

9.2 Atmospheric vortex phenomena

9.2.0 Dynamic behavior

9.2.1 Equations of rotational dynamics

9.2.3 Electrodynamics and other phenomena

9.2.4 Statistical tendency

9.2.5 Models for making predictions in atmospheric physics.

9.3 Dynamic lever and energy conservation

9.4 Steering of mobiles and other devices

9.5 Flight simulator

9.6 The gyroscope

9.7 Other technological applications

 

10- BOOMERANG

10.0 History

10.1 What is a boomerang?

10.2 Traditional explanations

10.3 The boomerang’s path

10.4 Why does the boomerang not fall?

10.5 Lift forces

10.6 Physical-mathematical model: why does it return?

10.7 The boomerang tilt

10.8 Experimental tests

10.9 Paradigmatic example

 

11- THE PENDULUM, THE TOP AND THE BALL

11.0 Conical Pendulum of Dynamic Interactions

11.0.1 Analysis of experimental results

11.0.2 Experimental tests

11.0.3 Dynamic Interactions hypothesis

11.1 The spinning top

11.2 Balls

11.2.0 Effects on ping-pong balls

11.2.1 Effects on golf balls

11.2.2 The Jabulani

 

12- PROJECTILES, ROCKETS, PLANES & OTHER EXAM.

12.0 Projectiles and rockets

12.1 Aeroplanes: Roll Coupling

12.2 Helicopters and Autogyros

12.3 Epostracism

12.4 Bouncing bombs 

12.5 Cylinder subject to two rotations 

12.6 Rolling coin 

12.7 Euler’s disk

12.8 Bicycle and motorbike

12.9 Other examples

12.9.0 The equilibrist’s foot

12.9.1 Hula hoop rings

12.9.2 Rings with washers

12.9.3 Other examples

12.10 Results assessment

 

13- COMMENTS TO THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY

13.0 The Relativity of Motion

13.0.1 Absolute rotation

13.1 Logical deductions from the Theory of Dynamic Interactions

13.1.0 Revisions of Mechanics

13.1.1 Explanation of the planetary orbit

13.1.2 Final stages

13.3 Coordinate transformation

13.4 Other references

13.5 Mathematical model

 

14- ANALYSIS & SALVENTS OF CLASSICAL MECHANICS

14.0 The structure of knowledge

14.0.0 Rotational dynamics of solid rigid bodies

14.0.1 A new paradigm: Contents of the work

14.1 Identifying confusion and limitations

14.2 Concurrence of orbiting and rotation movements

14.3 Generalisation of the mechanics

14.4 Justification 

14.4.0 Discrepancies between models

14.4.1 A surprising rotational dynamics

 

15- INNOVATIONS AND CONCLUSIONS

15.0 Renovating proposals

15.1 Investigation project

15.2 Conclusions

15.2.0 Summary of conclusions

15.3 Tribute

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

ANNEXES 

I- BIBLIOGRAPHY CONSULTED BY THE AUTHOR 

II- BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCES TO TDI 

III- INDEX VOLUME I 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

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