Volume 19: Pages 287-292, 2006
Electrogravimagnetics: Practical Modeling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum — II
Riccardo C. Storti , Todd J. Desiato
Delta Group Engineering P/L, 2/19 Firth Street, Melbourne, Australia
In “Electrogravimagnetics: Practical Modeling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum — I” [Phys. Essays 16, 151 (2006)], by application of Buckingham's Π theory, it was demonstrated how constant acceleration may be derived from a superposition of electromagnetic (EM) fields. An experimentally determined relationship function K0(ω, X) was predicted that couples gravitational acceleration to the intensity of an applied EM field, in agreement with the equivalence principle and the polarizable vacuum (PV) model. The EM field was then decomposed into its constituent frequency modes and their respective intensities to show that their summation results in constant acceleration as the number of harmonic frequencies in the field tends to infinity. This paper is an extension of previous work, intended to present a hypothesis to be tested and to demonstrate how K0(ω, X) may be expressed, by decomposition, as two relationship functions that may be directly measured by experimentation. This results in two representations that are proportional to solutions of the Poisson and Lagrange equations. It is demonstrated that the ratio of the resulting relationship functions is proportional to the square of the magnitude of the resultant Poynting vector. This property, in conjunction with the orientation of the resultant Poynting vector, may be utilized as a practical design tool for engineering the PV by the application of “off‐the‐shelf” EM modeling software.
Keywords: Buckingham Π theory, electromagnetics, equivalence principle, gravity, physical modeling, polarizable vacuum, zero‐point field
Received: September 30, 2005; Published online: December 15, 2008