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### Author Topic: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics  (Read 7487 times)

#### Zhang Yalin

• Jr. Member
• Posts: 63
##### A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« on: March 12, 2014, 04:26:14 AM »
A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
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> I’m Yalin Zhang, a physics enthusiast. During my twenty plus years of
> research and study, I found out that Newtonian Mechanics has a lot of room
> for improvement. The following statement is a detailed analysis on why the
> improvement is necessary. I’m open to comments, suggestions and criticism.
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> I. On acceleration:
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> In Newtonian Mechanics, acceleration is defined as the ratio between
> velocity and time, hence the acceleration formula: a=v/t. In this formula, t
> is a set value that equals to 1 second and the unit of acceleration is meter
> per second squared. Actually, acceleration is not speed, but a ratio
> parameter based on speed.
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> The ratio itself needs no unit and the parameter acan be obtained by
> multiple means: a=v/t=v×t=v=s.　The parameter a equals to the speed increased
> (v+) within unit time and it also equals to the distance moved within unit
> time.
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> What acceleration is really about is the speed increased within one second.
> So the parameter acan indicate either velocity or displacement. In the case
> that it indicates velocity, the force acted on a moving object is being
> consumed; in the case that it indicates displacement, the force acted on the
> object is gone.
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> The establishment of the acceleration concept is to measure the magnitude of
> force in a more scientific and logical manner. In order to fully achieve
> this goal, I think a new parameter @ must be set based on the effect of
> force.
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> @ equals to velocity increased within unit time multiplied by time (1
> second), the result: the distance of an object moved under the influence of
> force. The parameter @ indicates the distance of an object move due to the
> force acted upon it. It also indicates the velocity increased.
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> In numerical value, a=@=vt=s=v (t=1), the unit of parameter @ is meter when
> displacement is concerned and is meter per second when velocity is
> concerned.
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> If a is replaced by @, the respective formulas for force, work, energy and
> momentum will be:
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> F=m@=ms=m(s=1)=mv (t=v=1)  (G=9.8m)
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> W＝FS=ms=mvt=mv(t=1)　     (W=Gh=9.8ms,s=h)
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>   E=1/2×mv２　　                (E=Gh=9.8ms,s=h)
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> P=mv=mvt(t=1)=ms（Indicating the energy generated within 1 second）
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> II．On force, work and energy:
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> In my viewpoint, force itself is work or energy within unit distance. Work
> that takes the form of displacement after force is exerted is the sum of
> force. Energy that takes the form of velocity when force exertion is in
> progress is also the sum of force.
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> An object is just a carrier of force; force is a kind of energy in its own
> right. In other words, force is just a form energy takes, in the same way as
> thermal energy and electric energy, etc. To me, the full name of force is
> mechanical energy of motion.
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> It is necessary to introduce a new unit of force, which is temporally called
> Ya. One Ya means the amount of energy needed to move a mass of one kilogram
> for one meter at an increased speed of 1meter per second. 1Ya=1kg×1m. 1Ya
> equals to 1 Newton in numerical value.
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> Unlike the types of energy such as gasoline that can be measured in masses,
> force is a kind of energy with no mass. In the formula F=ms, m is just a
> parameter for the magnitude of force.
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> I believe that kinetic energy is a vector rather than a scalar in
> conventional thoughts. This is because kinetic energy has magnitude,
> direction and speed.
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> In my opinion, Newton’s second law of motion can be modified like this: The
> magnitude of the force applied on an object is the mass of the object
> multiplied by its displacement. F=ms.
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> III. My New Interpretation of Potential Energy:
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> Potential energy that is due to the gravity of an object is a kind of
> inexhaustible energy because of the fact that gravity is eternal.
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> Potential energy may transform into kinetic energy when there’s no
> corresponding resistance, while kinetic energy never transforms into
> potential energy but only into work. What kinetic energy does is to remove
> the resistance for potential energy to work, making it possible for
> potential energy to work though motion.
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> IV. The Removal and Utilization of Resistance:
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> According to Newton’s third law of motion, any kind of force is always
> generated in pairs, i.e. one amount of force applied, two amounts of force
> gained.
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> Experiment 1:
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> As shown in
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> ), an electric fan is fixed on each end of a cross. When the cross spins due
> to the recoil force of the wind from the electric fans, it will kick start
> the generator to work.
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> Energy needed to start the electric fans E=e1: kinetic energy of the
> electric fans + e2: air resistance (approx. 1/10 of e1).
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> Energy gained E=the recoil force of the fan wind –e1, with the recoil energy
> consumed by the generator at the same time. The kinetic energy e1 still
> exits.
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> The magnitude of the recoil force generated by the kinetic energy of the
> fans is maintained by supplementing e2 that’s consumed by air resistance.
> After the start of the fans, once there’s e2 consumed, there’s –e1 gained.
> The amount of e2 is much less than that of –e1.
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> The resistance against the generator does not resist the spinning of the
> fans. Thus, the resistance is successful removed. The magnitude of the
> resistance　equals to the amount of the recoil energy and also to the amount
> of the kinetic energy of the fans. The resistance e2 against the fans is
> significantly less than the resistance e1 against the generator.
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> The more fans are attached, the faster the generator will spin.
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> Theoretically, the indefinite acceleration of the generator could be
> realized by increasing the number of fans.
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> Experiment 2:
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> In order to exploit energy in the best possible way, I’ve designed a hybrid
> generator driven by electric fan wind and its recoil force. As shown in
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> ), two meshing gears are fixed on a big wheel that has a cross serving as
> its spokes. One electric fan is attached to each end of the cross. The gear
> attached to the axis of the wheel is also a fly wheel; the other one is set
> between the spokes.
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> When the gear set between the spokes rotates due to the wind from the
> electric fan in the east, it’ll transmit the fan wind to the fly wheel at
> the axis, which will then rotate the big wheel and start the generator.
> Likewise, fan wind-driven gears can also be installed in the other three
> directions.
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> When the fans start, the recoil force of the fan wind will turn the big
> wheel clockwise. The fan wind and its recoil force will drive the big wheel
> in the same direction thanks to the gears.
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> The sum of the driving force: 4×2e1 approximately twenty times the energy
> consumed -- 4e2.
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> Experiment 3:
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> As shown in
> the rotor (magnate) of generator A is connected to the stator (coil) of
> generator B, and the rotor of generator B is connected to the stator of
> generator A. When the power is on, the stators and rotors of the generators
> will simultaneously rotate in opposite directions. By this means, double
> amount of energy could possibly be gained.
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> P.S. Limited by my financial situation, the above experiments have not been
> actually carried out.

#### NathanCoppedge

• Full Member
• Posts: 126
##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2014, 05:38:58 PM »
A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
> As shown in
> the rotor (magnate) of generator A is connected to the stator (coil) of
> generator B, and the rotor of generator B is connected to the stator of
> generator A. When the power is on, the stators and rotors of the generators
> will simultaneously rotate in opposite directions. By this means, double
> amount of energy could possibly be gained.
>

I have doubts about whether you're going to get energy 'out' in an electrical system, since you're inputting energy. That's an additional hurdle you're throwing for yourself. My intuition is, that if perpetual motion doesn't exist for non-electric devices, then it won't exist for electric devices either. I find the obsession with electricity childish, with some assumptions.

For those that want the best simple energy concepts, I recommend my website, which you may or may not have seen before (its pretty well searchable on Google):  http://www.nathancoppedge.com/Perpetual_Motion.html

See also my video which I believe proves over-unity: "Evidence Against the Classical Model": http://www.academicroom.com/video/evidence-against-classical-model (or search Youtube for 'successful over-unity experiment 1' ).

I also may have proved that objects can sometimes roll upwards using a Master Angle. See my video on that subject: http://www.academicroom.com/video/master-angle-elementary-discovery (or search Youtube for 'master angle').

#### NathanCoppedge

• Full Member
• Posts: 126
##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2014, 05:45:11 PM »
A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics

Visitors may also be interested in my very peculiar block constructions (I didn't use glue, I promise:)

http://www.nathancoppedge.com/Perpetual_Motion_Concepts_Volitional_Architecture.html

There are additional designs in my book titled Scientific Papers, published recently (also available on Kindle):

http://www.amazon.com/The-Scientific-Papers-Nathan-Coppedge/dp/1500608475/

"While they were floundering,
He was pondering: no more wandering
Through the dark tunnels of grim determination----
For no, it's time to grow in a thousand-folded folds
For which we need an infinite fuel"

---Nathan Coppedge

#### 93RDELEMENT

• Full Member
• Posts: 154
##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #3 on: August 07, 2014, 05:41:51 AM »
You will need to include fluctuation energy / electron compression delay / Zero point gravitational vector collapse ! Atomic nuclei boson recall / Geometric expression in entropic spin / Universal feed back from dynamic re-coiling of a compression spring / Magnetic inertia time delay / Frequency folding in quantum over spin on surface tension in a vacuum / Vibrational over drive for aerodynamic curvatures / Bounce entropic release for return kinetic acceleration /

The above is a small list newton never new about ! All things are possible if you find how to make them happen so try and place no limits on energy expression ! You can lift a thousand tone rock with just vibrational harmonics if you new how it is done ! You can travel a trillion miles in one second if you really had to .

Its ok I except that humans are at the beginning of there evolution thoe we have been waiting for 4 billion years to see if you guys can stand up to the test I am now presenting to you ... I am an ALIEN a supreme master time lord ...

There is no violation to your limited model of energy conversion, its just when you squeeze every bit that you can squeeze  than there becomes a zero limit to the power you can produce ...... The best place to start is the amount of energy you need to make ?

Why do you seek a power conversion my space craft just vibrates to a zero gravity frequency and I use a combination of elements and geometric formulas nothing else .... You should try quantum dilation of the 4th kind, you call it a worm hole but we don't use worms just holes .... By now your brain is starting to question your reality and it would be helpful that  you to stop panicking and calm down .....................

I am here on a very important mission ! to fully mess up everything you believe in and try and get you to start again or you will be stuck for another 4 billion years and I just cant wait around that long because its getting very boring ....  You may wish to consider an offer to build what I believe you really would like to have ... A hyper plain harmonic compressor !

Just ask if you need any more help .... Good luck

me

#### NathanCoppedge

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• Posts: 126
##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2014, 12:01:50 AM »
You will need to include fluctuation energy / electron compression delay / Zero point gravitational vector collapse ! Atomic nuclei boson recall / Geometric expression in entropic spin / Universal feed back from dynamic re-coiling of a compression spring / Magnetic inertia time delay / Frequency folding in quantum over spin on surface tension in a vacuum / Vibrational over drive for aerodynamic curvatures / Bounce entropic release for return kinetic acceleration /

Many would take that as a symptom of depression. Do you believe in simple energy mechanics or not?

#### 93RDELEMENT

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• Posts: 154
##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #5 on: August 09, 2014, 12:20:21 AM »
A weather system needs a depression hahahah Simple is the key that unlocks the big door and to that My answer is yes . Fluctuation energy is very simple combine it with magnetic inertia and you get a very cheep and powerful system . I have an interest in self pumping pipe lines that can also convert sea water into drinking water ! Applications for emergency relief are also on my research list along with easy and cheap self build energy systems . Ethics that will help solve local and global problems only work with simplicity but there also must be room for study of more complex and exotic forms of invention it opens up the path of knowledge that is never ending and the seat of its learning is most rewarding ...

Regards

93element

#### NathanCoppedge

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• Posts: 126
##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #6 on: August 18, 2014, 12:04:52 AM »
A weather system needs a depression hahahah Simple is the key that unlocks the big door and to that My answer is yes . Fluctuation energy is very simple combine it with magnetic inertia and you get a very cheep and powerful system ...

Thank you for your optimistic and energetic response. Indeed, the importance is that multiple systems succeed.

#### telecom

• Hero Member
• Posts: 558
##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #7 on: August 18, 2014, 03:14:32 AM »
Hi Nathan,
Regards

#### 93RDELEMENT

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##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #8 on: August 18, 2014, 02:55:38 PM »
I would like to present a tube in the shape like an egg with an iron ball rolling fast through the tube coils placed to pull the ball up into a  fast speed turn at the high point of potential of the egg ... I am now finishing a simple field fluctuation generator to power this device and will present it to the European space agency as a new type zero point directional thrust engine ...  All are welcome to join in on this opportunity !

There is a meteor due to hit the earth in 2028 one a quite a few heading this way ! It would be simple to re-direct a path of a meteor  with such a technology
including space junk ! The end effect would give us total control of such things and is in my view a superior approach to the problem than any existing suggestions ... This is where Newtonian physics will lead the way and one must give such plans a very long term plan !

Anyone interested ?? role this way hahah

regards

93element

#### NathanCoppedge

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##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #9 on: August 18, 2014, 04:17:30 PM »
Hi Nathan,
Regards

Thanks a lot!

#### NathanCoppedge

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##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #10 on: August 18, 2014, 04:21:03 PM »
I would like to ...  present it to the European space agency as a new type zero point directional thrust engine ...

93element

Thrust engines are a little advanced for me (if that's even a real term?). My view is that if progress is to be made in perpetual motion, it needs to be something fundamental, and grounded on the earth. Rocketry tends to cost way too much energy, unless it's battery powered, or something... Just my thoughts on the matter.

#### 93RDELEMENT

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##### Re: A New Perspective on Newtonian Mechanics
« Reply #11 on: August 18, 2014, 06:32:14 PM »
Its not a way to get into space its a free energy generator connected to a egg shaped ring with a iron ball inside it ! The direction off push it gives is at the tip of the ring ! A fluctuation generator is a wave system no different than a wave traveling in say a canal it just keeps traveling forwards a very simple free energy device ... The plan is to deploy it when in space locate a chosen target and it will just sit on that target and very slowly push it into another orbit .................

regards

93element