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I already explained why it's wrong.Unfortunately, you were too busy telling me how clever you are, and how little I understand , to actually understand it.Have another go.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dimensional_analysisQuote from: Thebox on 20/04/2019 13:25:27I'd demonstrate it to you in person ever so easily . Do it by video.

I'd demonstrate it to you in person ever so easily .

Don't feed the idiot troll

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What does U represent? What does F represent? What does X represent? What does t represent? I ask because you make none of this clear. What are the units of each variable? What dimensional analysis did you use to arrive at these units?

How can I explain it to you without giving it away totally ?

QuoteHow can I explain it to you without giving it away totally ?It makes no sense to try to talk about an idea if you aren't even willing to explain it well enough that other people can understand it. If I say, "Yu politu rety lo reon" and people don't know what I'm talking about while I'm unwilling to explain it, what have I accomplished?

Why the cube of force? What on earth does that even mean? Force is a vector. The square of a vector is a scalar, a single number. Multiplying the vector again by a scalar in this situation is meaningless. You would be better off learning about tensors. The inertia tensor would be your best place to start. Try applying some thought. Then maybe you might start having productive conversations.

Isotropic means the force is the same in all directions. Cubing it doesn't show that. You are cubing the force in only one particular direction. There are 3 orthogonal axes. These are x, y and z. You could call them x1, x2 and x3 respectively. Your vectors then consist of the three values [x1 x2 x3]. You then need to know how to manipulate the values to get a meaningful result.

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Quote from: jeffreyH on 21/04/2019 21:38:36Isotropic means the force is the same in all directions. Cubing it doesn't show that. You are cubing the force in only one particular direction. There are 3 orthogonal axes. These are x, y and z. You could call them x1, x2 and x3 respectively. Your vectors then consist of the three values [x1 x2 x3]. You then need to know how to manipulate the values to get a meaningful result.I know the physics involved even if my math is not precise , the force is equal in all directions and I can manipulate the force with a variable magnitude . I think I could just say

Quote from: Thebox on 21/04/2019 21:50:37Quote from: jeffreyH on 21/04/2019 21:38:36Isotropic means the force is the same in all directions. Cubing it doesn't show that. You are cubing the force in only one particular direction. There are 3 orthogonal axes. These are x, y and z. You could call them x1, x2 and x3 respectively. Your vectors then consist of the three values [x1 x2 x3]. You then need to know how to manipulate the values to get a meaningful result.I know the physics involved even if my math is not precise , the force is equal in all directions and I can manipulate the force with a variable magnitude . I think I could just say If U is energy then multiplying it with force makes no sense either. Force times distance equals work done equals energy. However, force is a vector quantity so it isn't quite so simple.

Quote from: jeffreyH on 22/04/2019 12:23:35Quote from: Thebox on 21/04/2019 21:50:37Quote from: jeffreyH on 21/04/2019 21:38:36Isotropic means the force is the same in all directions. Cubing it doesn't show that. You are cubing the force in only one particular direction. There are 3 orthogonal axes. These are x, y and z. You could call them x1, x2 and x3 respectively. Your vectors then consist of the three values [x1 x2 x3]. You then need to know how to manipulate the values to get a meaningful result.I know the physics involved even if my math is not precise , the force is equal in all directions and I can manipulate the force with a variable magnitude . I think I could just say If U is energy then multiplying it with force makes no sense either. Force times distance equals work done equals energy. However, force is a vector quantity so it isn't quite so simple.To be honest it needs no maths , I can add the maths after the experiment . Place U in an isotropic vice and turn the vice handle UF³ The force is centripetal and isotropic , the will decrease in volume but become more dense . MF³

Quote from: Thebox on 22/04/2019 13:24:01Quote from: jeffreyH on 22/04/2019 12:23:35Quote from: Thebox on 21/04/2019 21:50:37Quote from: jeffreyH on 21/04/2019 21:38:36Isotropic means the force is the same in all directions. Cubing it doesn't show that. You are cubing the force in only one particular direction. There are 3 orthogonal axes. These are x, y and z. You could call them x1, x2 and x3 respectively. Your vectors then consist of the three values [x1 x2 x3]. You then need to know how to manipulate the values to get a meaningful result.I know the physics involved even if my math is not precise , the force is equal in all directions and I can manipulate the force with a variable magnitude . I think I could just say If U is energy then multiplying it with force makes no sense either. Force times distance equals work done equals energy. However, force is a vector quantity so it isn't quite so simple.To be honest it needs no maths , I can add the maths after the experiment . Place U in an isotropic vice and turn the vice handle UF³ The force is centripetal and isotropic , the will decrease in volume but become more dense . MF³You still have not fixed the problem I pointed out earlier.So you are still posting squiggles.

Quote from: Bored chemist on 23/04/2019 14:33:37Quote from: Thebox on 22/04/2019 13:24:01Quote from: jeffreyH on 22/04/2019 12:23:35Quote from: Thebox on 21/04/2019 21:50:37Quote from: jeffreyH on 21/04/2019 21:38:36Isotropic means the force is the same in all directions. Cubing it doesn't show that. You are cubing the force in only one particular direction. There are 3 orthogonal axes. These are x, y and z. You could call them x1, x2 and x3 respectively. Your vectors then consist of the three values [x1 x2 x3]. You then need to know how to manipulate the values to get a meaningful result.I know the physics involved even if my math is not precise , the force is equal in all directions and I can manipulate the force with a variable magnitude . I think I could just say If U is energy then multiplying it with force makes no sense either. Force times distance equals work done equals energy. However, force is a vector quantity so it isn't quite so simple.To be honest it needs no maths , I can add the maths after the experiment . Place U in an isotropic vice and turn the vice handle UF³ The force is centripetal and isotropic , the will decrease in volume but become more dense . MF³You still have not fixed the problem I pointed out earlier.So you are still posting squiggles.I have values Mr C but I can't post them or the entire process will be given away . I trust you Mr C , want me to PM them you ?

(BTW, it's right, so you will need to fix the problem)

What problem ?

Quote from: Thebox on 20/04/2019 12:40:35Quote from: Bored chemist on 20/04/2019 12:36:46You seem to be trying to use thishttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bra%E2%80%93ket_notation and failing.In any event it would be impossible to say what you mean because, for example, ρ is used for 4 different things in physics and you haven't said which one you mean.So, what do you think the letters mean?M = massD=densityV=volume<=less than >=greater than ρ=density F=forceMy math does not fail in explanation Mr C added - ΔΕ=9.81j/m Δ 944.076141j/m I think it is ..P.s Both of those results being a dependent variable , the design is a variable design considering safety aspects . OK, so, as usual, you are wrong by dimensional analysis.Nobody is going to invest in something which a bright schoolkid could show to be wrong.But that won't stop you getting a patent.

Quote from: Bored chemist on 20/04/2019 12:36:46You seem to be trying to use thishttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bra%E2%80%93ket_notation and failing.In any event it would be impossible to say what you mean because, for example, ρ is used for 4 different things in physics and you haven't said which one you mean.So, what do you think the letters mean?M = massD=densityV=volume<=less than >=greater than ρ=density F=forceMy math does not fail in explanation Mr C added - ΔΕ=9.81j/m Δ 944.076141j/m I think it is ..P.s Both of those results being a dependent variable , the design is a variable design considering safety aspects .

You seem to be trying to use thishttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bra%E2%80%93ket_notation and failing.In any event it would be impossible to say what you mean because, for example, ρ is used for 4 different things in physics and you haven't said which one you mean.So, what do you think the letters mean?