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New Evidence on Rotational Dynamics

DOI: 10.4236/wjm.2013.33016, PP. 174-177

Keywords: Rotational Dynamics, Field Theory, Superposition of Simultaneous Motions, Macroscopic Bodies Mechanics, Inertial Fields, Torque, Angular Momentum

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In this paper, the author confirmed a new theory to explain the mechanical behavior of macroscopic bodies. The confirmed hypothesis is the Theory of Dynamics Interaction by the Professor Gabriel Barceló. Barceló explained his theory in an article called “Analysis of Dynamics Fields in Noninertial Systems”, World Journal of Mechanics, Vol. 2, No. 3, 2012, pp. 175-180. This hypothesis holds that the mechanical behavior of macroscopic bodies in a non-inertial environment opens new assumptions on inertial fields and rotational dynamics. An associated experiment was presented to support the discussion in the paper. The author first became aware of the proposals of Professor Gabriel Barceló’s Theory of Dynamics Interaction through his 2006 article on Saturn planet rings, which suggested unsolved phenomena in rotational dynamics and the inception of a novel theory [1]. Intuitively, the author realized himself about the fact that the cosmos is mechanical from its smallest to its widest comprehensible appreciation. If material behavior is mechanical everywhere and every time, from a subatomic particle, wave or string, to a cluster of galaxies, then our understandable solutions must comply with the Laws of Motion, it could be believed.


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[2]  H. Goldstein, “Classical Mechanics,” Addison-Wesley, Reading, 1994.
[3]  G. Barceló, “Analysis of Dynamics Fields in Noninertial Systems,” World Journal of Mechanics, Vol. 2, No. 3, 2012, pp. 175-180. doi:10.4236/wjm.2012.23021
[4]  G. Barceló, “El Vuelo del Bumerán,” Marcombo, Barcelona, 2005.
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[6]  G. Barceló, “Un Mundo en Rotación,” Marcombo, Barcelona, 2008.

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