IET
 Topic Title: Time and electric force are 3D dimensional Topic Summary: Created On: 10 August 2016 02:40 PM Status: Read Only Linear : Threading : Single : Branch
Search Topic
Topic Tools
 View similar topics Print this topic.
 10 August 2016 02:40 PM acsinuk Posts: 210 Joined: 30 June 2007 Time is 3D as it acts in all directions. Length is x,y,z dimensional of 3D space volume and power is Amps[x],Flux[y], Volts[z] dimensionally is the 3D electric force which can in a balanced state create charge and hence mass. This leads us to query whether the dimensions of Length Mass and Time are sufficient to describe a massless electric force which after all is the main force along with magnetic spin that is holding physical matter together. 31 August 2016 04:07 AM ponmudyl Posts: 5 Joined: 10 October 2015 Dear Mr. acsinuk The physical matter is held together by the molecular attraction / cohesiveness of the particle, and electric force is got by cutting the magnetic flux hence the potential difference is created. the electric force requires a medium to travel and is spatial in nature, hence it is not confined and cannot be measure using the basic units of measurements ie.. length, mass and time. regards ponmudy 07 October 2016 01:17 PM rshirsagar5 Posts: 5 Joined: 01 August 2016 I have some calculations about this...but not sure how much percent its correct...I assume 50 percent,,,will more research on it and comment. 09 October 2016 12:38 AM mapj1 Posts: 9790 Joined: 22 July 2004 This thread is total drivel. I suggest a read of a physics primer is needed. ------------------------- regards Mike 12 October 2016 03:22 PM acsinuk Posts: 210 Joined: 30 June 2007 The physical dimension system is inadequate as fundamental energy in Joules must have its own unit without reference to mass because light energy is a massless volume of 3D vibrating/spinning magnoflux which is =hf. Maxwell got it as his current/flux area [xy] is at right angles to the voltage z. His problem was that x,y,z was not clearly stated or follow the discussions on the linkedin theoretical physics forum group 14 October 2016 01:38 AM mapj1 Posts: 9790 Joined: 22 July 2004 Well, there is no particualr need for a unified system to be correct, generally the world is how it is, and the mathematics is only useful when it describes it to a degree of approximation close enough that it successfully predicts what happens next. I have no problem with light transporting both energy and momentum, in the accepted units for the same. Of course it only manifests when it interacts with matter, but imagining that a field or photon has passed between source and destination is a most useful mathematical model to describe that transport - but it is only a model. Far more awkward to visualise is the nuclear strong force. ------------------------- regards Mike 21 October 2016 05:23 PM acsinuk Posts: 210 Joined: 30 June 2007 If you look at wikipedia for Quantum electrodynamics it can be seen that Feynmans diagram of electromagnetic transfer of energy shows an electron moving downwards at 45deg and then emit an energy pulse =hf before the electron continues downward at minus 45deg. The current needs time only to setup the flux at 90deg which then registers with us as electron charge. Current is complex 2 dimensional area of flux/current which if attracted forward in the 3rd dimension becomes a vibrating volume of energy=hf. The strong nuclear force is the same sort of action; as charging a capacitor. We can keep pushing more positive charges onto one plate although they should repel each other but don't providing there is a balancing action on the other negative plate.
 IET » Other and general engineering discussions » Time and electric force are 3D dimensional Topic Tools
Statistics