Engineering Dynamics of a Scalar Universe Part II: Time-Varying Density Model & Propulsion
|Title||Engineering Dynamics of a Scalar Universe Part II: Time-Varying Density Model & Propulsion|
|Author(s)||Glen A Robertson|
|Keywords||Force Models, Propulsion, Time-varying Mass Densities, EM Field Momentum, EMDrive|
|No. of pages||16|
In this paper, the local fifth force model developed by the author (Robertson, 2009) for a static mass density is extended to time varying mass densities. The time varying mass density model allows for field-force effects due to the time variance of an object's mass density and uses a concept know to electrical engineers as ?Time Dilation and Retardation.? Time dilation and retardation (TDR) is used to describe the time delay effect on the ambient Chameleon field due to the changing of an object's mass density. From this, hot-gas rocket equations are developed from the integration of the local fifth force and the TDR equations. The EM Field momentum model previous looked at by the author (Robertson, 2008) and the EMDrive (Shawyer, 2008) are discussed in light of the time-varying density model.