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Simulated Scientific Experiments for Teaching CAD Techniques Using Analytic and Finite Element Solutions of Electromagnetic Two-dimensional Problems with Longitudinal Symmetry

The paper describes an approach to teaching low-frequency electromagnetic CAD techniques to undergraduate students pursuing a degree course in electrical engineering. At the laboratory meetings, the problems are initially solved analytically. Upon this, students learn how to create the numeric model and how to define the sequence of field problems that lead to the required…
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September 15, 2020 0

An Overview of the Hydrogen Atom Fundamental Resonance States

In the 1920’s, Louis de Broglie observed that the integer sequence that could be related to the interference patterns produced by the various electromagnetic energy quanta emitted by hydrogen atoms was identical to those of very well known classical resonance processes, which made him conclude that electrons have to be captive in related resonance states…
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September 15, 2020 0

A Note of Description on the Lie Algebra of the Invariants in the CBS Nonlinear Equation

In this short note, a particular realization of the vector fields that form a Lie Algebra of symmetries for the Calogero-Bogoyavleskii-Schiff equation is found. The Lie Algebra is examined and the result is a semidirect product of two Lie Groups. The structure of the semidirect product is examined through the table of commutation rules. Two…
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September 15, 2020 0

Recent Focus on a New Perspective on Advanced Space Travel

This paper attempts to delve into the mystery of space travel. Consequently, it will be necessary to reexamine concepts which scientists hold dear. In addition, it is the author’s contention that the socalled weak force is the seat of a powerful new energy source which can be used to propel spacecraft to unheard of velocities…
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September 15, 2020 0

Certain “Curiosities” in Physics Established by Dimensional Analysis

In this article are presented some more special relationships established between the fundamental constants by applying dimensional analysis. Dimensional analysis is a working method well known to engineers and researchers. Dimensional analysis has been used in many fields of research from aerodynamics, hydraulics, electromagnetics, chemical engineering processes, nuclear blast up, to biology or even economics.…
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September 15, 2020 0

Explanation of Dark Matter and Dark Energy, Discovery of Dark Space1

It is currently a generally accepted opinion in astrophysics that the phenomenon of dark matter and dark energy can be explained only by existence of yet unknown physical entities in our visible universe only. This assumption seems to be quite reasonable, since the Monoverse hypothesis following from the postulate of light speed not-exceedance in the…
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September 15, 2020 0

Island Universes: Galactic General Relativity without Dark Matter

We apply the perturbative technique which was previously developed in cosmology to now describe the gravitational field of a galaxy with arbitrary rotation curve. We use a Schwarzschild background as starting point, however with the correct physical coordinates. In the perturbation theory we find two classes of metric perturbations, (i) stationary perturbations in a 3‐dimensional…
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September 10, 2020 0

Critical Research: Effect of Cherenkov Radiation on Superluminal Free Spin-half Particles Motion in Spacetime

Conservation laws, consisting of the existence of quantities which do not change in time, independent of the dynamical evolution of a system, are crucial and vital for the construction of any dynamical system theory. The basic properties such as conservation of energy, momentum, angular momentum, charge, isospin, or generalization thereof are fundamental and must be…
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September 10, 2020 0

Recent Perspectives: Electromagnetic Particles

The covariant derivative of the 4-components electromagnetic potential in a flat Minkowski spacetime is split into its antisymmetric and symmetric parts. While the former is well known to describe the electromagnetic field, we show that the latter describes the associated particles. When symmetry principles are applied to the invariants in operations of the Poincar group,…
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September 10, 2020 0

Worries of a Bio-Scientist: Do We Need a New Atomic Model?

Cell biology has entered the age of quantum biology. In some situations even a single electron matters, particularly with respect to the mind-body dialogue. More and more bio-scientists depend on a sound quantum physics. Biology is about stable matter: electrons, protons, neutrons and their relation with photons. This elicits the question: Can we trust the…
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September 10, 2020 0