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Offline Akya2120

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Mathematical Models for the EM Drive
« on: 02/03/2017 07:37 AM »
Hello,

I am new member here (though I have been checking the threads from time to time,) and I am in search of a mathematical model which I can use in Mathematica, or that can be reassembled in the language of that computer algebra system. I searched for EM drive mathematical model, but it didn't pull up anything useful. Mostly just folks talking about how the models don't work, or claiming that they have found models that show force, but no actual code/data.

I have seen renders of magnetic field surface distribution http://www.physics-astronomy.com/2015/04/new-test-suggests-nasas-impossible-em.html#.WJRAkH82Ck0. But, I doubt Eagleworks is posting their formulas for us all to tinker with.

I would like to keep this discussion purely about mathematical models, and the reasoning behind them. While I have moderately strong mathematics and physics foundations, I am at a loss for where to start. I have perused some of the EM Drive threads, but with the end of my undergraduate studies approaching I have not been able to keep up to date with all the developments. Thanks for reading, and the thought y'all have contributed to the community towards research of such a novel and advanced technology.
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