A NEW PHYSICS THEORY ABOUT THE KINETIC FORCE MECHANISM OF ENERGY FLOW
Keywords:Kinetic Force Mechanism, Energy Flow Law, Power Flow, Power Change, Dynamic Field Force, Variable Field Force, Kinetic Force, Dynamic Field Strength, Variable Field Strength, Electromagnetic Field, Gravitational Field
In this paper, according to the characteristics of massless field, the kinetic force mechanism based on the flow and variation effects of power is firstly proposed. This mechanism shows that when the massless field is moving and changing, the power received by the moving stressed object have flowing and changing state, therefore when this type of power is transferred to the stressed object in the form of energy flow, the stressed object will receive the kinetic force effects corresponding to the energy flow. According to the kinetic force mechanism, this paper has proposed the concepts of dynamic field force and variable field force and has established the expressions of dynamic field strength and variable field strength for the massless field with moving and changing state. Inspired by the kinetic force mechanism, some physical problems have been solved: the magnetic effect of electric field is essentially explained, the condition under which electromagnetic waves are excited is effectively described, the possible dynamics of the gravitational field under the conditions of motion and change is predicted, the possibility and generation mechanism of gravitational waves is demonstrated.
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