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Journal of Physics and Astronomy Research

Motions for systems and structures in space, described by a set denoted Avd. Theorems for local implosion; Li, dl and angular velocities

Lena J-T Strömberg

Previously Department of Solid Mechanics, Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Sweden

E-mail: lena_str@hotmail.com

Accepted 15 August, 2015

Citation: Strömberg L (2015). Motions for systems and structures in space, described by a set denoted Avd.Theorems for local implosion; Li, dl and angular velocities. Journal of Physics and Astronomy Research, 2(3): 070-073.

Copyright: © 2015 Strömberg L. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the creative commons attribution license, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are cited.

Abstract

In order to describe general motions and matter in space, functions for angular velocity and density are assumed and denoted Avd, as an abbreviation. The framework provides a unified approach to motions at different scales. It is analysed how Avd enters and rules, in terms of results from equations, in field experiments and observations at Earth. Chaos may organize according to Avd, such that more order, Cosmos, appear in complex nonlinear dynamical systems. This reveals that Avd may be governing and that deterministic systems can be created without assuming boundaries and conditions for initial values and forces from outside. A mathematical model for the initiation of Logos (when a paper accelerates into a narrow circular orbit), was described, and denoted local implosion; Li. The theorem for dl, provides discrete solutions to a power law, and this is related to locations of satellites and moons.

Key words: Angular velocity, density, Avd, Logos, Local implosion, Discrete locations, Theorems, Deterministic Chaos, Cosmos, unification of kinematics, Lena’s lemma for Riemenn z-function