Gutsche, Gottfried J.
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
February 01, 2021
Lagrangian Dynamics, Hamiltonian Dynamics, Hertz Dynamics, Huygens-Steiner Theorem, Trebuche physics, Inertial Propulsion Physics proof, Mach Principles, Complex Cartesian grid, Space drive physics, Propulsion without expulsion, Propulsion without tractio
A study is presented to determine the viability of inertial vehicular propulsion and the path to fulfill the realization of the inertial propulsion method culminating in a formal mathematical proof. This Proof is extending the known proportional relationship of spin frequency in relation to the straight line impulse reflections, from a full cycle to the frequency variance between 1/4 turns (pi/2) of the spin. This proof has been accepted as a contribution to the 2013 WSEAS conference on Mechanical and mathematical modeling. Within the present study, frequency modulated (FM)mechanical oscillators working in the complex Cartesian grid are examined Mathematically and Experimentally for a capacity to develop a cyclic repeating net Quantative self-contained propulsion thrust impulse force drive in a predetermined direction in correlation to 1/4 turns. Wherein net thrust impulse drive means that the net product of average force muliplied by the cycle time, the impulse is greater in the direction of the vehicular motion. Reality check quantative Pendulum Tests are presented on youtube, ggutsche1