Discussion of 367(1): Fluid Dynamic Theory of Gyroscopes

Thanks again and happy new year! Agreed about the third line, it is a simple typo, the second line is the right expression. Eq. (8) was meant to be a simple illustration using plane polar coordinates, the next stage is to extend it to cylindrical polar coordinates and three dimensions. Eq. (13) however is already true in three dimensions, being the well known Euler equations as you know. This gives the precession frequency of a gyroscope or spinning top or molecule such as a symmetric top, or the earth as a standard problem of classical dynamics. The purpose of the note is to see how the Euler equations and precession frequency are changed fundamentally by fluid dynamics. I intend to get the result in three dimensions, and perhaps you might like ot think of applying it to the results sent over by Michael Jackson to see if we can get the experimental results by adjusting the spin connections. This would go well beyond the standard model of classical dynamics and explain Braithwaite and Shipov. The Milankovitch cycle theory and equinoctial precession theory might also be affected by fluid dynamics.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 05/01/2017 17:50:40 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 367(1): Fluid Dynamic Theory of Gyroscopes

It seems that in eq.(10), last line, the term d/dt(…) is superfluous (see first line), although some terms are missing then.

In (8) the force is defined in the base plane (r, theta). This is a special case. This would imply that – according to (12) – the angular momentum is in the base plane. This seems to be a gyroscope with L perpendicular to the precession axix, a quite untypical case, if this works at all.

Horst

Am 04.01.2017 um 13:02 schrieb EMyrone:

The attached notes shows that the well known Euler Equations are fundamentally modified in ECE2 fluid dynamics, and become Eqs. (22). They can be simplified to Eq. (27) with the assumptions (25) and (26) and show that there are new precessional effects in a gyroscope when the angular momentum becomes a vector field of ECE2 fluid dynamics, i.e. when the motion takes place in a fluid spacetime, aether or vacuum. Eq. (27) could be applied to the experimental results recently sent over by Michael Jackson, to attempt to explain the experimental data with this new theory. It is assumed that the data are reproducible and repeatable and there is no reason to doubt it. The standard classical dynamics cannot explain the data. This new theory can be applied to the precessions of the earth or any rigid object such as a symmetric top (see Marion and Thornton pp. 388 ff., third edition).

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