



2.0. Theoretical completion of Coriolis' acceleration formula and its practical applications
2.0. Theoretical completion of Coriolis' acceleration formula and its practical applications
2.1. Derivation of completed formula of Coriolis' acceleration
X"_{1} = X'(2XdX) / (XdX) ;
X"_{2} = X'(2X+dX) / (X+dX) ,
E = E_{x} + E_{v} + E_{} + E_{k} = const
E_{x} = M(X')^{2} / 2
E_{v} = Mv^{2} / 2
E_{} = M X"_{c}X
E_{k} = M X"_{2}l
dE_{v} + dE_{} + dE_{k} = 0
dE_{x} = 0 if M(X')^{2} / 2 = const.
dE_{v} = M(v+dv)^{2} / 2  Mv^{2} / 2
dE_{v} = M(v^{2} + 2vdv + dv^{2}  v^{2}) / 2 = M(v + dv/2)dv
v = X , but dv = dX ,
dE_{v} = M(X + dX / 2)^{2}dX ;
dE_{} _{ }= M^{2}(X + dX / 2)dX
(X + dX / 2)^{2} = X"_{c}
dE_{k} = M (l + dl)X"_{2} ,
l = vT or l = XT
dl = Tdv or dl = TdX ;
dE_{k} = M X"_{2}(XT + TdX) .
dE_{k} = M X"_{2} T(X + dX) .
M X"_{2}T(X + dX) = M^{2} (X + dX / 2)dX + M^{2} (X + dX / 2)dX
dX / T = (X')
X"_{2} = V(2X + dX) / (X + dX)
dE_{v} = M[(v  dv)^{2}  v^{2}] / 2
dE_{} _{ }= M^{2}(X  dX / 2)dX
dE_{k} = M X"_{1}T (X  dX)
E_{x} = MX"X , here dE_{x} = MX"dX
dE_{x} + dE_{v} + dE_{k} + dE_{} _{ }= 0
X"_{2} = [(X' + X"dX / X')(2X + dX) + X"X'/] / (X + dX)
X"_{1;2} = 2(X') :
X"_{1;2} = 2(X') + X"(X') / X
X"_{1;2} = 2(X') + k X"
if X" / X = 2^{2} , that X"_{1;2} = 0
E_{} = MXl
dE_{} _{ }= M(X + dX/2)(l+dl)
dE_{}_{ }= MT(X + dX/2)(X+dX).
dE_{k} + dE_{v} + dE_{}_{ }+ dE_{}_{ }= 0
X"_{2} = (X' + X/2)(2X+dX) / (X+dX) .
X"_{1;2} = 2(X') + X
X"_{1;2} = 2(X') + X + kX" .
X"_{2} = [(X'+ X"dX/ X'+X/2 +dX/2 +1)(2X+dX) + X" X'/)] / (X+dX)
X"_{2} = (X + dX/2) + [(X'+X"dX/X')(2X+dX) + X" X'/)] / (X+dX)
X"_{2}=(X'+X"dX/X'+X/2+dX/2+2X"X'X/+X"X'dX/) (2X+dX)/(X+dX)
2.2. Acceleration of relative motion arising in rotating centre of frame of reference
X" = 2V
X" = V
X" = V(2X  dX) / (X  dX)
(2X  dX) / (X  dX) = 2
X" = V(2X+dX) / (X+dX) (see graph).
The graphic 1. Acceleration of relative motion which arises in centre of rotation of frame of reference
2.3. Phenomenon of shock change of acceleration and its effects on flying apparatuses into the atmosphere mass
(X" ) = 2V_{m}
X" = 2V
Supplement 2. Coriolis Formula
Supplement 2.1. Theoretical completion of Coriolis' formula and some atmospheric reason of airplanes catastrophes
X_{2}"=X'(2X+dX)/(X+dX)+ (X+dX/2)+X"[X'/(X+dX)+(2X+dX)dX/X'(X+dX)],
X_{2}"= X'(2X+dX)/(X+dX)+(X+dX/2)+X"X'/(X+dX)+X"(2X+dX)dX/X'(X+dX) .
X'(2X+dX) / (X+dX)
(X+dX/2)
X"X' /(X+dX)
X"(2X+dX)dX / X'(X+dX)
Supplement 2.2. Hydrological reasons of catastrophes of highspeed submarines
X_{2}" = X'(2X+dX) / (X+dX)+ (X+dX/2)+X"[X ' /(X+dX)+(2X+dX)dX / X'(X+dX) ],
The surrounding us world has lots of free energy and for it description and using it is not needed nay exotic and anomaly theories because we have still enough our knowledge for opening of large resources of the universe nature.
In the beginning of the 19th century GaspardGustave Coriolis, French mathematician, mechanical engineer and scientist, using kinematical principles and researching relative movement objects revealed and calculated acceleration and force, which arise when object moves into rotating frame of reference. Later the acceleration and the force were named after his name. Much time passed from that moment and science mechanics contains except static and cinematic else and dynamic but we, as kind latterly time, continue to calculate the Coriolis' force by the principle of cinematic.
I we observe motion of an object into rotating frame of reference using Energy Conservation Law, we got not exactly the same as Coriolis got. If we take
 X"  Coriolis' acceleration
 X'  linear relative velocity of an object when the vector of its motion crosses centre of rotation of the frame of reference
  angular velocity of rotation of frame of reference,
That we can write the well know Coriolis' formula in next view:
And make its solution relating to the Coriolis' acceleration, that we can obtain
On a graphic it looks such:
Fig.
We can see the acceleration and, consequently, the force which exposes on the object have two segments, where the force aspires to infinity but on each of them to different directions so total energy of the object on observing segments does not change. But if we examine each segment of the object trajectory in separate, we reveal huge force which deflects the object from straight trajectory.
It is a surprise. Why not anybody has taken into consideration those huge forces? And why those forces are concealed? Conditions can arise in which overcoming of the concealed force can be as overcoming of thin armour. Its thickness aspires to zero. It is needed other armour, but thicker than one, for overcoming it. For example, not all flight apparatus have some armour. So space apparatuses turning back from orbit on the Earth with the first space speed can be destroyed absolutely because huge linear relative velocity X' when they meet with concentric movement the atmosphere. Similar catastrophes with airplanes and speed submarines we have known enough but full Coriolis' force is concealed for the majority specialists until now.
Examining numerous ways mechanical using of concealed energy, we can reveal that in some cases some inventors still use, intuitively, practically the Coriolis' force in it extremity. We can use the concealed force in its fully and with realization having this full Coriolis' formula.
Using principles of dynamic for determine of Coriolis' force open for us, as we could see, earlier unknown possibilities. What happen if we will use for calculation of Coriolis' force principle of relativity or quantum mechanic? We will be able to open much interesting things....
1. Book "Inventive Creation" in Russian in 2003, ISBN: 5949900022.
2. Magazine "New Energy Technologies" No 56, 2003. ISSN 16847288.
3. Patents of the USA http://www.rexresearch.com/intertial/intrtial.htm

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