
News and Publications in 20062005


13 December 2006
Announcement:
Talks by JeanMarie Muylaert
Head, Aerodynamics and Aerothermodynamics Section, European Space
Agency,
Noordwijk (Netherlands)
Tuesday, 19th December 2006
 Critical Aerothermodynamic issues for hypersonic flight : an
overview
 In flight research on ablation radiation
Talk 1: 14:00  14:45
Talk 2: 14:45  15:30
Questions and Discussions: 15:30  15:45
Location: Gebäude A, Raum A.1OG.02
Univ. of Applied Sciences
KarlScharfenbergStr. 5557
38229 SalzgitterCalbecht
Directions: see http://www.fhwolfenbuettel.de/cms/de/service/download/sz.pdf
Contact: Prof. Dr. J. H??user jh@hpccspace.de
Tel.: (+49)5341875450 (201)


24 August 2006
Artificial
Gravitational Field Generated in the Laboratory? (pdf)


Spacetime
Physics and Advanced Propulsion Concepts. (remarks)
As a follow up of the recent AIAA JCP meeting in July,
a revised version of our invited
AIAA 20064608 paper can be downloaded
(5Mb,pdf)


New Book on
Numerical Grid Generation available:
Selected Papers from
9th International Conference, June 1215, 2005 on Numerical Grid
Generation
in Computational Field Simulations
Published by
International Society of Grid Generation ISGG
Eds. P. Papadopoulos, J. Häuser, P. Eisemann, J. Thompson,
B. Soni, R.M. Spitaleri
order through ISGG


10 April 2006:
Extended Heim Theory, Physics of
Spacetime, and Field Propulsion
In this nonmathematical overview we present a very brief
introduction to some of the basic physical assumptions of
Extended Heim Theory (EHT) as developed by Heim and
Dröscher. We also explain the differences
to the original
6dimensional theory of Heim. These differences may be
substantial, and we will show that a completely
different picture of physical interactions is the result.
EHT predicts six fundamental physical interactions. Heim had
adopted Dröscher's idea of a 12dimensional internal
symmetry space from which the polymetric tensor, describing
physical interactions, has to be constructed. Together with
Dröscher, he published the book Strukturen der physikalischen Welt und
ihrer nichtmateriellen Seite, Resch Verlag, 1996,
Innsbruck, in which the physical consequences of this
12dimensional internal space are discussed. Unfortunately,
because of his failing health, Heim could not any more accomplish
the task of rewriting his first two volumes on Elementarstrukturen der Materie,
Resch Verlag, Innsbruck. The notes below are an excerpt from a
forthcoming paper and are only a beginning (pdf
207kB).


March 2006: Prof. G.W. Bruhn, Dept. of
Mathematics, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, http://www.mathematik.tudarmstadt.de/~bruhn/IGW.html
criticized that Eq. (2) in our paper AIAA 20043700,
a4,
letter, will lead to a flat metric.
We have rejected his comments as being irrelevant to the physics
of Heim theory, see pdf .
In the following we present the physical basis of Heim
theory in a nutshell:
 The overall objective of Heim theory, as developed in our
papers, is to answer the central problem of physics, namely the
number, nature, and origin of the fundamental interactions that
do exist in Nature.
 To this end, we start from GR (General Relativity) and not
from quantum mechanics, following an idea of Einstein as
published by him in one of his last papers in 1950, Scientific
American, April, Vol 180, NO 4. Heim expressed this conviction in
form of a geometrization principle that should lead to the
geometrization of all physical interactions. In order to
achieving this goal, the proper polymetric tensor needs to be
constructed.
 Therefore, spacetime is assumed to be a differentiable
4dimensional manifold, M^{4}, as long as quantum effects
are not considered. This manifold comprises a collection of
points where each point is specified by a set of four real
numbers and has the same local topology as R^{4}, i.e.,
it is locally but not globally (as wrongly assumed by Prof.
Bruhn) like R^{4}. This is why we refer to
spacetime sometimes as R^{4}, but the physical
meaning is always clear from the context. This is explicitly
shown in Figs. 1 and 2 on pages 3 and 4 of our paper
AIAA 20054521,
a4,
letter.


Our research work on advanced propulsion systems
based on field propulsion (Heim theory) was described in a
popular article by
New Scientist, 713 January 2006.
However, not everything described there should be taken
literally. The theoretical work is highly speculative, and it is
not sure that there are three gravitational interactions in
Nature as predicted by us. On the other hand, the benefits would
be enormous if six fundamental physical interactions existed in
Nature.


Dr. Häuser presented an invited lecture and
paper on Advanced Propulsion (Magnetohydrodynamics and Heim
Theory) at Sarod 89 December 2005, Hyderabad, India.
Proceedings published as:
Recent Trends in Aerospace Design and Optimization,
SAROD2005, ed. B. Uthup,
ISBN 0070608296, Tata Mc GrawHill, 2005.


Dröscher, W., Häuser, J.
Heim Quantum Theory: Notation, Glossary and Mathematical
Definitions
(
pdf, 270kB)


Dröscher, W., Häuser, J.
Magnet Experiment to Measuring Space Propulsion HeimLorentz
Force
a4,
letter (pdf, 1.7 MB)
Innsbruck, Austria,
Faculty KarlScharfenberg, University of Applied Sciences,
Salzgitter, Germany, 41st AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion
Conference & Exhibit,Tucson,Arizona, 1013 July,2005 

As of June 1, 2005 Prof. Häuser was elected
Visiting Scholar by the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Dept. of San Jose State University, California


W. Droscher, IGW, Innsbruck and J. Hauser have
been selected to
receive the AIAA Award for 2004, best paper by
the
Nuclear and Future Flight Technical Committee.
This award will be presented at the 41st AIAA Joint
Propulsion
Conference in July 2005


Talk by Prof. J. Häuser about Space
flight given at the International Junior University of
Salzgitter, 2005 Thursday, April, 21st.
Vorlesung von Prof. J. Häuser an der Internationalen
JuniorUniversität Campus Salzgitter, 21. April 2005
"Raumfahrt  Was ist das"
(pdf,1.6MB)



