May 31, 2018
cyclical movements, energy, Planck’s constant
In all cyclical movements, including electromagnetic waves, it is about a process of
transformation of energy by many time repetitions the same cycle. Here we will show the
three legal situations that determine this transformation, namely: 1) Amount of the
transformed energy E 0 from one cycle. The energy E 0 from one cycle will be a constant value as it is a result of unchangeable initial conditions. At a quantum level E 0 =h – the Planck’s constant...depends on the constant structure of the field matter. 2) Total amount of the transformed energy E from n performed cycle. The total energy E is equal to the constant energy from one cycle E 0 =h, multiplied by the number n of the cycles performed – E=h.n. 3) Speed of transformation of the energy dE/dt or power of the process according to the dependence: N=dE/dt=h.(dn/dt) or N=h.f, where f=dn/dt is the process frequency (number of oscillations per unit time). The compilation E=h.f, proposed by M. Plank, is a misunderstandin. This is evidenced by its juxtaposition with the dependence E=h.n for random radiation – for example with a frequency f=600.10^12Hz, where n=600.10^12 is the number of oscillations: According to today's formula E=h.f, for 1 sec. the emitted energy is E 1 =h.f, for 2 sec. – E 2 =E 1 =h.f, for 3 sec. – E 3 =E 1 =h.f, etc. This result is obviously implausible. ...