## Discussion of Secondary Electric Field of a Magnetic Dipole Field

Agreed.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 07/09/2017 09:00:37 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Fwd: Re: Secondary Electric Field of a Magnetic Dipole Field

Thanks. An additinal question concerning the secondary electric field

E = – del phi + omega phi = – omega sub 0 A

I assume that bold omega is the magnetic spin connection (from the magnetic dipole, since A is the magnetic vector potential).

Horst

Am 07.09.2017 um 08:50 schrieb EMyrone:

This is a very interesting solution!. I will finish Sections 1 and 2 of UFT387 today. In addition to curl E = 0 for the secondary field there is E = – del phi + omega phi = – omega sub 0 A for the secondary E field. The material part of the secondary E field is E = – del phi, where phi, the scalar potential of the secondary E field, is integral rho dx tick cubed / | x – x tick| where rho is the secondary charge density. In differential form del E = rho / eps0, the Coulomb law of the secondary E field. So we have two equations

curl E = 0
del E = rho / eps0

where E = – omega sub 0 A (magnetic).

Finally rho can be found from the continuity equation:

partial rho / partial t + del J = 0

where J is the current density used to define the magnetic A. There cannot be a current density without a charge density. By solving the first two equations simultaneously using FEM boundary value methods, omega sub 0 and A can be found. I will write these remarks in to UFT387 today. We can now map spacetime via the spin connection four vector for any situation in electrostatics and magnetostatics, while rigorously conserving antisymmetry, a new law of physics.
This is the rigorous solution, in the meantime Horst’s solution looks right.

Sent: 06/09/2017 14:20:50 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Discussion: 387(3): Rigorous Conservation of Antisymmetry in Electro and magnetostatics

Steve: fully agreed, I just made a further confirmation for our new discoveries.
I investigated the secondary electric field of a magnetic dipole. I managed it to find a scalar spin connection that fulfills all three equations of the condition

del x (omega_0 A) = 0.

I think there is no general procedure to find this. The secondary E field is a rotational field, formed like a ring around the magnetic dipole. Will describe the details in section 3 of paper 387.

Horst

Am 06.09.2017 um 11:59 schrieb Horst Eckardt:

Thanks for the hints. For a magnetostatic problem then the secondary E field is

E_s = – omega_0 * A

where A is the vector potential of the material B field:

B_m = del x A

and omega_0 has to be determined from the equation

del x (omega_0 A) = 0

and has to be the same for all three component equations of this vector equation. The secondary charge density then simply is

rho_s / eps_0 = – del dot (omega_0 A).

I will check this with the examples.

Horst

Am 05.09.2017 um 14:07 schrieb Horst Eckardt:

This is an excellent summary of the new interpretation of ECE2 spacetime effects. The solution was at hand long ago (eqs. 1 and 2), but one has to recognize the meaning of theses formulas. I will amend my electrostatic example by the vector spin connections. The only point I do not fully understand for magnetostatics: where to get the scalar spin connection of the secondary electric field in eq. (28)? When inserting the A field of magnetostatics in eqs. (12,13), we have two problems:
– we have 4 equations for 1 variable
– what is the charge density rho in the magnetostatic case? Can we set it to zero or has it to be derived from the current density J, e.g. by the continuity equation?

Horst

Am 05.09.2017 um 10:24 schrieb EMyrone:

This note introduces a new interpretation of ECE2 theory that provides a quantitative description of the E and B fields due to interaction of a circuit or material with the vacuum or aether or spacetime. A scheme of computation is given that works out all the results in ECE2 electrostatics and magnetostatics in a systematic while rigorously conserving antisymmetry. Note carefully that the standard model of physics violates antisymmetry, and is completely erroneous for this reason (UFT131 ff). There is a vast number of possible applications, and a lot of scope for computer generated graphics and graphic art. I will now write up UFT387 Sections 1 and 2. UFT388 will extend the development to electrodynamics. Note that the mathematics of electrostatics and magnetostatics are the same in structure as the mathematics of gravitation and gravitomagnetostatics.