Thursday, August 16, 2012
Ff=µsmg clean energy
Ff=µsmg Static friction is more powerful than kinetic friction. Although we think about electric power being created by kinetic forces, the truth that physicists and scientists have discovered is that static friction and the coefficient of static is greater than the friction and coefficient of friction for kinetic energy. What are the implications? We create less friction with motion. The kinetic energy that is created to generate electricity is greater at rest than in motion. Therefore, the electrical charge that is created from a negative and positive charge is greater when the conductors of this energy are at rest. We think of electricity being created by kinetic motion via wind turbines or the acceleration of a speeding bullet. We naturally think that the faster an object moves, the greater the energy it produces. Although the velocity and acceleration that perpetuates the projectile in this case is great, physics states when using Ff=µsmg that the static coefficient of friction is less during this kinetic motion than when the charge is motionless or static. Ff=µsmg: This equation means that the force friction is equal to the static frictional force multiplied by the mass of the object and gravity. Force friction is the connection of microscopic particles that interlock when an object is placed on a surface. Finding the exact friction force is difficult, however. Since every surface is different, the friction force will then be different as well. However, one thing is certain. The friction force and coefficient of friction will be greater for the static object. Consequently, if you had an object in a stationary position, there would be a greater static coefficient than if you slid the object. Once you began to slide the object, the static coefficient would drop as the microscopic particles would lose its grip on the object as a result of the kinetics imposed. Naturally, when the object is moving, the microscopic hold on the object is less or the object would not slide. Ff=µsmg proves that there is magnetism on the earth. Were there not to be any magnetism on the planet, all objects would slide around the earth as though we were on a skating rink. I dare say that the earth is somewhat like one large magnet. These microscopic particles are not considered to be gravity. Gravity has its own coefficient. Gravity on earth has a pull of 9.8 meters per second. This is not the same as static or kinetic micro particles that hold objects in place on the surface. Again, objects do not stay in place on the surface because of gravity. Gravity is balanced by an external force of antigravity if you will pushing up from the earth at the same 9.8 m/s. This exertion of force outward stops the earth from imploding in on itself and possibly becoming a black hole. Many physicists believe that this effect is due to vibrations that are explored in the more advance string theory physics. The heavier the object, the greater the static energy. Try moving a two hundred pound object. This object will be more difficult to drag than a one hundred pound object. People naturally believe that this has to do with the gravitational pull on the object. However, the real reason is that the static friction is more intense due to the weight causing a great amount of friction. Were the object to not have any static friction, the object would slide around the surface of the planet. This sliding would happen to all objects regardless of the affect gravity had on the object in terms of weight. Since Ff=µsmg is heavily affected by weight, we can imagine that the weight of an object creates more friction than does the motion of the object. Let’s think about the bullet. The bullet travels as a result of friction. The friction is created by a kinetic motion of the hammer slamming onto the bullet where gun powder is stored. However, we could create an even greater acceleration or explosion if we placed a heavy object on the bullet. I dare say that if we placed one thousand pounds of pressure on the bullet using Ff=µsmg, the bullet would accelerate. Try setting a bullet under the weight of a heavy object. The object would not have to be in motion to impact the gun powder in the bullet. This is because static mass creates a coefficient of friction. The hammer of a gun does not have to slam with one thousand pounds of pressure to set off the round. I dare say that this equation does not require the same amount of kinetic energy as does the firing pin. In fact, this equation demonstrates that static energy is capable of creating the same affect. How does this relate to energy? Since static friction is greater than kinetic friction, can there be as a great or greater an electric charge amongst static objects that hold negative and positive charges? Additionally, does weight contribute to the strength of the static charge the same as motion affects kinetic charges and friction? We realize that with kinetic energy, friction creates an electrical charge. With Ff=µsmg, the friction is greater with the static friction or non movement of the mass. Therefore, we can conclude that the weight as well as the coefficient of friction in a static circumstance is greater than if that circumstance were in motion. If kinetic friction generates electricity through wind energy via perpetual motion, then shouldn’t static friction create even more electricity since static coefficients are greater than kinetic coefficients? Ff=µsmg says that this is the case. The next question that arises should be what surface would best create the greatest static electrical charge. Research has proven that wool and Teflon create high levels of static electricity. There are many different positive and negative fabrics as well as substances that create static energy. Does increasing the force friction of static energy intensify the static electricity? Is weight the equivalent to motion in the case of static electrical energy? I believe the answer is yes since force friction creates energy under kinetic circumstances. Since force and friction can create kinetic energy, weight as it applies to static friction creates a greater amount of friction. This then means that there is a greater potential for electric energy. I then surmise that weight combined with static electrical positive and negative charges create a greater output of energy. This happens in much the same way kinetic energy works on the shell casing of a bullet that has been hit by the firing pin or hammer or intense static pressure. Should this be the case, all that would be needed is to gather positive and negative electrons and place them under pressure to simulate a kinetically increased electrical charge.