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Halo Phenomena modeled with Distributed and Quantum Optics given by Electrodynamic Singularities on a Noncircular Orbit

Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016    |    PP. 33-40    |PDF (334 K)|    Pub. Date: October 16, 2016
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Lena J-T Strömberg, previously Department of Solid Mechanics, Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Sweden

Propagation and static distribution of light on noncircular orbits are modelled. The space where light embodies is determined with kinematics, such that the perpendicular velocity of the 'material'-space described as a noncircular orbit, is harmonic with amplitude fwre. Light propagation to discrete orbits may occur with arbitrary velocity. The modeling serves to describe light when distributed on an arch e.g. rainbow or cloud bow, and when located into more discrete spots. The latter is assumed being present at singularities of the electric field. The assumption of convolution gives propagation of light onto a new noncircular orbit, with solutions of discrete multiple singularities. This is compared with bi-Solars of a Halo. A fine structure will be outlined assuming bi-bi-Solars implied as fractals.

noncircular orbit, halo, singularities, electromagnetism, discrete solutions, rainbow, convolution, harmonics, fractal, cycle for f

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Lena J-T Strömberg, Halo Phenomena modeled with Distributed and Quantum Optics given by Electrodynamic Singularities on a Noncircular Orbit, SCIREA Journal of Physics. Vol. 1 , No. 1 , 2016 , pp. 33 - 40 .


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