Carlo Santagata theoretical physics

Physic and Seismic Engineering
Critics to Vibration Mechanics
A possible re-reading of Planck’s equation
Gravitational Waves Quantization - Part I
If Ω is the forcer pulsation and ω the one of the oscillating system, it’s known that, by the actual Vibrations Mechanics, we have a unique resonance condition, characterized by the identity


In the hypothesis that the internal attrition, said system, is null. It’s possible to show the the previous identity is only one of the infinite and numerable resonance conditions that can verify in the experimental reality and that the most general condition is given instead by the relation

ω=nΩ     (n=1,2,3...)

in which n is any natural entire number.

In this issue we’ll examine the immediate implications this involves in seismic engineering and in theoretical physics.

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