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New Interpretation of Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation  [PDF]
Dalgerti L. Milanese
Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology (JHEPGC) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jhepgc.2017.34046
Abstract: Elliptical motions of orbital bodies are treated here using Fourier series, Fortescue sequence components and Clarke’s instantaneous space vectors, quantities largely employed on electrical power systems analyses. Using this methodology, which evidences the analogy between orbital systems and autonomous second-order electrical systems, a new theory is presented in this article, in which it is demonstrated that Newton’s gravitational fields can also be treated as a composition of Hook’s elastic type fields, using the superposition principle. In fact, there is an identity between the equations of both laws. Furthermore, an energy analysis is conducted, and new concepts of power are introduced, which can help a better understanding of the physical mechanism of these quantities on both mechanical and electrical systems. The author believes that, as a practical consequence, elastic type gravitational fields can be artificially produced with modern engineering technologies, leading to possible satellites navigation techniques, with less dependency of external sources of energy and, even, new forms of energy sources for general purposes. This reinterpretation of orbital mechanics may also be complementary to conventional study, with implications for other theories such as relativistic, quantum, string theory and others.
A proposito di stimum e dell’origine della parola estimo
Ernesto Milanese
Aestimum , 2011,
Abstract: Starting from the header of the Aestimum journal (published in Milan by Aldo Pagani between 1956 and 1974) that included a passage by Festasio regarding the origin of the latin word, this contribution shows how the hypothesis of its derivation from aes + tyme, widely spread among appraisers, can not be accepted. Moreover, latin etymologists could not formulate an alternative, plausible and unanimous proposal, and the origin of the word remains unknown.
Gli scritti estimativi di Malacarne nel periodo 1974-1989: un'analisi quantitativa delle citazioni
Ernesto Milanese
Aestimum , 2004,
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Le bibliografie estimative e il Repertorio Italiano di Estimo
Ernesto Milanese
Aestimum , 2002,
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Il Repertorio Italiano di Estimo
Ernesto Milanese
Aestimum , 2000,
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Stima sintetica dei vigneti e valutazione degli arboreti: qualche annotazione
Ernesto Milanese
Aestimum , 2003,
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Le pubblicazioni in ambito Ce.S.E.T. del Prof. Sebastiano Di Fazio
Ernesto Milanese
Aestimum , 2007,
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L'estimo agrario in un manuale di fine Ottocento
Ernesto Milanese
Aestimum , 1999,
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Di alcune novità nell'insegnamento dell'estimo: criteri di stima e profitto normale
Ernesto Milanese
Aestimum , 2005,
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Avviamento e valutazioni di impresa ed azienda
Ernesto Milanese
Aestimum , 1983,
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