Planetary Systems of the Earth 1 Classic Systems Copyright © Klaus Piontzik German Version

## 2.0 - Approach for an oscillation model

 The aim of this chapter is the description of basic mathematical and physical terms and conditions, that serve the development of an equation for an oscillation structure and allow a quantification of the model. The approach is based on oscillations around a ball. Examples for oscillation possibilities:   Sine Cosine - Cosine

Illustration 2.0.1 oscillations

sine or cosine = oscillation = wave

Applies to physical oscillations:

 2.01 - Equation: f · λ = c Frequency multiplied with wavelength is equal to speed of light

How to get vibrations around a ball ? - Analogous to the Bohr model of the atom, if it contains the surrounding Electron as a wave by de Broglie: Illustration 2.0.2 oscillations around a ball

It fits only an integer number of oscillations around the globe.

 2.02 - Equation: n·λ ⇔ 360° = 2 · π n is element of the integers

The wavelength is proportional to the circle angle alpha:

 2.03 - Equation: λ ⇔ α Illustration 2.0.3 wave length and circle angle

Condition for n vibrations around a globe:

 2.04 - Equation: n · α = 2 · π n is element of the integers

Theoretically, the following form is possible:

 2.05 - Equation: n · α = 2 · π · m m, n are elements of the integers

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