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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby Hic » 29/02/16, 12:48

izentrop wrote:The answer to your question, but even with simple examples, you do not understand.
I explained to you the reality, but you like fiction. You're a product of TV and video games or what?

Odd, you will see that the laws of physics cleared by the former will help you move in the right direction.
I know I'm too nice to you, again I waste my time ... Not so much because it helps me to express and understand the theory that I knew practically.


An electric motor is definitely "relativistic" and accesoirement Newtonian
I know you have luggage, but we do not have the same method
Sorry : Cry:
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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby Remundo » 29/02/16, 12:53

Hic yeah, I'd take you face a blackboard to equate a DC machine ... or even better, since you are so rigged, an asynchronous machine. I would laugh good to see you unable to calculate the efforts of Laplace or an electric field.

I will point out that relativistic effects begin to be significant for speeds of 0,1 c ... For all electromechanical machines, we are in classical physics.

And then what do you show? Surunité hidden in the relativistic effects ... good courage. But write whatever you want here. A large research lab will contact you to deepen your "practical theory" and you will meet the energy challenge.

With that, I let you go straps.

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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby Hic » 29/02/16, 12:54

Hic wrote:
izentrop wrote:The answer to your question, but even with simple examples, you do not understand.
I explained to you the reality, but you like fiction. You're a product of TV and video games or what?

Odd, you will see that the laws of physics cleared by the former will help you move in the right direction.
I know I'm too nice to you, again I waste my time ... Not so much because it helps me to express and understand the theory that I knew practically.


An electric motor is definitely "relativistic" and accesoirement Newtonian
I know you have luggage (which I have not and might miss me)
but we do not have the same method.
It was predictable.
Sorry : Cry:
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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby Hic » 29/02/16, 13:19

Remundo wrote:Hic yeah, I'd take you face a blackboard to equate a DC machine ... or even better, since you are so rigged, an asynchronous machine. I would laugh good to see you unable to calculate the efforts of Laplace or an electric field.

I will point out that relativistic effects begin to be significant for speeds of 0,1 c ... For all electromechanical machines, we are in classical physics.

And then what do you show? Surunité hidden in the relativistic effects ... good courage. But write whatever you want here. A large research lab will contact you to deepen your "practical theory" and you will meet the energy challenge.

With that, I let you go straps.

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^ Your ARR! to insult the 9's degree, you're unconscious or what? !
I'm sick of your attacks as if the subject was personal to me, it is collective high Detrés takes into account Please!
Stop to attack me, me loose straps

Not only the electric motor is relativistic!
it's official, but définitf

IT'S OFFICIAL! you 111ans delay :)
You're signing your incompetence in recent days.
Sorry! : Cry:

Obamot's wrong, it's not the level forumqui decreased but it has always been low
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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby Gaston » 29/02/16, 14:04

Hic wrote:Not only the electric motor is relativistic!
it's official, but also definitive
Since the beginning of this thread, I do not understand if you want to prove that the electric motor is over-unity or relativistic ... (the second not involving the entire first).
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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby izentrop » 29/02/16, 18:08

Hic wrote:
Hic wrote:
izentrop wrote:The answer to your question, but even with simple examples, you do not understand.
I explained to you the reality, but you like fiction. You're a product of TV and video games or what?

Odd, you will see that the laws of physics cleared by the former will help you move in the right direction.
I know I'm too nice to you, again I waste my time ... Not so much because it helps me to express and understand the theory that I knew practically.


An electric motor is definitely "relativistic" and accesoirement Newtonian
I know you have luggage (which I have not and might miss me)
Here, even the top you have your theory.

Go ahead, what background?
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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby Hic » 01/03/16, 07:47

Gaston wrote:
Hic wrote:Not only the electric motor is relativistic!
it's official, but also definitive
Since the beginning of this thread, I do not understand if you want to prove that the electric motor is over-unity or relativistic ... (the second not involving the entire first).

neither
it is a surunitaire with a cop 2 by relativistic offset against reaction
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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby Hic » 01/03/16, 07:50

izentrop wrote:
Hic wrote:
Hic wrote:
An electric motor is definitely "relativistic" and accesoirement Newtonian
I know you have luggage (which I have not and might miss me)
Here, even the top you have your theory.

Go ahead, what background?

You're crazy to believe that you can solve a problem relativism without relativistic theory!

your baggage is you anything!
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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby izentrop » 01/03/16, 09:13

It is not difficult to pass for strong will; the trick is to not get caught in flagrante delicto ignorance. One maneuver, we dodge the difficulty, turn the obstacle, and glue the other using a dictionary.
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Re: 1er step into the unknown, Electric Motor Differential Analysis

Unread Messageby Hic » 01/03/16, 11:05

izentrop wrote:
It is not difficult to pass for strong will; the trick is to not get caught in flagrante delicto ignorance. One maneuver, we dodge the difficulty, turn the obstacle, and glue the other using a dictionary.
Guy de Maupassant in Bel Ami


it's too easy not to think and deny
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