A Foundation for Lorentz Force Based on Vibrating Strings as a Compact Fluid

ABSTRACT

Several
aspects related with Lorentz force are discussed in the light of the presence
of vibrating strings. Strings are considered as a compact, tension and viscosity-free
incompressible liquid. The motion of a charge
particle, obviously, represents the “line of vortex” in the medium of fluid.
The term (*VXB*) turns out to be the
natural consequence of Vortex dynamics. The present investigation also reveals
the nature of the magnetic field and explains why and how this additional term
takes part in Lorentz force.

Cite this paper

Joshi, N. (2014) A Foundation for Lorentz Force Based on Vibrating Strings as a Compact Fluid.*World Journal of Mechanics*, **4**, 247-250. doi: 10.4236/wjm.2014.48025.

Joshi, N. (2014) A Foundation for Lorentz Force Based on Vibrating Strings as a Compact Fluid.

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[5] Paterson, A.R. (1987) A First Course in Fluid Dynamics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

[6] Bearden, T.E. (2004) Energy from the Vacuum. Cheniere Press, UK.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1238/Physica.Regular.061a00513

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.72.021301

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