Moved by the logical impasse between rotation and orbiting as well as by other evidences of rotational dynamics, a private investigation program was launched, in order to determine the possible veracity of the hypotheses from which it started. Once several experimental tests were concluded, the possibility of reinterpreting the non-Newtonian rotational dynamics was taken into consideration based on the obtained results.
According to these antecedents, some laws have been proposed and a project of Theory of Dynamic Interactions has been developed. This theory is based on the inertial inability of matter to, under certain circumstances, vectorially add the resulting angular momentums and, in general, the angular magnitudes of rotating bodies, when they are exposed to successive non-coaxial force torques.
After the tests had been finished, it seemed possible to develop a specific non-Newtonian dynamics of rotating solid elements, exposed to successive force torques, in which the action sequence of the forces and their behaviour differed from the interpretation which is given by the laws of classical mechanics. According to these studies, and in the assumption of bodies equipped with intrinsic angular momentum, it is esteemed that dynamic interactions take place which can multiply the effect of any new momentum that might act upon the body. Therefore, by means of activating a mobile element with intrinsic angular momentum with a new torque, we will obtain said interactions and a multiplication of the effect of the impacting force torque will occur.
The resulting behaviour leads us to think of a mobile element in space, with intrinsic rotation, which could be activated and steered with very few energy by means of using the resulting dynamic interactions, establishing straight or curved trajectories only thanks to the effect of changing its angular momentum.
As corollary of this explanation, the analysis of these interactions will allow us to determine the trajectory of any solid element with angular momentum in space and carry out its exact kinematical or dynamical analysis. Its application would minimize the loss of projectiles, rockets or satellites due to changes in trajectory or other reasons. Another possible application could be the prediction of the effects of typhoons and hurricanes.
All the above mentioned makes us think of a technological innovation based on this theory and, specifically, of a new astronautic science with unsuspected possibilities. We understand that the possible scientific and technological uses, which would be based on these non-Newtonian working hypotheses, are many and diverse.
During the last ten years many experimental tests have been carried out with highly satisfactory results. These tests allow the confirmation of the dynamic hypotheses on which the Theory of Dynamic Interactions is based. Any person who might be interested on further information about this theory of rotational dynamics, is kindly invited to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
These videos shows some experiments to demonstrate the Dynamic Interaction Theory.
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