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Author Topic: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics  (Read 22839 times)

Offline SolarLab

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #75 on: March 27, 2018, 05:20:05 PM »
F.Y.I.

Excellent Comsol (ver 4.2 basic introductory +) tutorials (15 total) by "softhummingbird":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWYs2EjexhU&list=PLC2D09F3781757C14

In the last few videos it becomes increasingly clear just how powerful this CAE approach
might be with respect to any FE/CE idea development or actual device design analysis
and optimization
.  By it's nature, CAE also yields good "common language" documentation.

Hummingbird web page (Comsol plus other Tutorials and files - but - unfortunately no longer
supported - use youtube channel above):

http://www.soft-hummingbird.com/Menu_Tutorials_Comsol

IMHO, softhummingbird sets the "high bar" that tutorial, demo, and many other, videos
should strive for!

FIN

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Offline PcJazz

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Re: New Scalar Wave Detector and laws of Scalar Physics
« Reply #76 on: June 16, 2019, 11:39:52 AM »
F.Y.I.

Briefly; to paraphrase, more or less, from F.K. Kneubuhl's book "Oscillations and Waves,"
Springer Science and Business Media, 2013 ($109US or so):

http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783540620013

Each wave has properties that differentiate it from other waves, yet there is a common feature in all
waves - all waves can be created at one location, transmitter through space, and recognized at
another location.

Waves are classified by their "geometrical properties" and their "distortions" are also classified by
their geometric properties. Waves are classified as (somewhat truncated version):

Scalar - in physics a scalar quantity contains only magnitude and no direction. You could
say they are motionless. In "Scalar Waves" the excitations are scalars. You can see why Meyl,
for example, might refer to his device's waveform in general as a scalar wave. Say no more...

Vectorial - vector quantities contain information about both magnitude and direction, hence you
can say they posses motion.

Longitudinal - longitudinal waves, or scalar waves, oscillate in the same direction as their arrow of
propagation.

Transversal - transversal waves move up and down or side to side tangent to their arrow of
propagation. Also, common Radio Wave polarization's used in communications (e.g. satellite)
are horizontal, vertical, left hand circular and right hand circular - this can provide polarization
multiplexing with some good isolation (>20dB while sharing the exact same channel frequency).

Some of the above was plagiarized from a paper by Shriya Sadana and Vandana Roy, DoEC,
Jabalpur, India entitled "Scalar Waves Applications, Features : A Survey," 2017 ajaeee.
http://gvschoolpub.org/journals/AJAEEE/vol1_no1_2017/5.pdf

A paper from Twenty-First Century Books contains a variety of information regarding waveforms
found in the Tesla Power Transmitter. In particular, insight found in the summary.
http://www.tfcbooks.com/teslafaq/q&a_055.htm

Also, be very careful not to confuse waveform classifications with radiation patterns nor wave
propagation anomalies, nor wave propagation effects. Keeping these things separate and clear
will help avoid confusion and mis-conceptions. Wave study can become very complex otherwise.

BTW, I hope my including reference and source information doesn't detract from my
assertions or comments too much.  ;) I personally think it to be a good idea, when possible.

FIN

1 - A wave is NOT what something is. It's what something DOES.
2 - No such thing as speed of light exists. Light is a coaxial circuit, rate of induction.
3 - Math is only useful when you want to measure something. Not all things in nature are measruable.

 

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