Garcia-Moliner, F. (2017) Physical-Mathematical Models in Rotational Motions. World Journal of Mechanics, 7, 35-38.
AUTHORS: Gabriel Barceló
ABSTRACT: We present in this text the research carried out on the dynamic behavior of non-inertial systems, proposing new keys to better understand the mechanics of the universe. Applying the field theory to the dynamic magnitudes circumscribed to a body, our research has achieved a new conception of the coupling of these magnitudes, to better understand the behavior of solid rigid bodies, when subjected to multiple simultaneous, non-coaxial rotations. The results of the research are consistent with Einstein’s theories on rotation; however, we propose a different mechanics and complementary to classical mechanics, specifically for systems accelerated by rotations. These new concepts define the Theory of Dynamic Interactions (TDI), a new dynamic model for non-inertial systems with axial symmetry, which is based on the principles of conservation of measurable quantities: the notion of quantity, total mass and total energy. This theory deduces a general equation of motion for bodies endowed with angular momentum, when they are subjected to successive non-coaxial torques.