# J. HäuserOstfalia University of Applied Sciences · Campus Suderburg

J. Häuser

Prof. Dr. rer. nat.

Physics of propellantless propulsion, dark matter, dark energy, cosmology, astro particle physics,climate change science

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Introduction

Jochem Hauser is scientific director of HPCC-Space, Hamburg and is a professor of HPC (em) at the Campus Suderburg,
Ostfalia University, Germany. He used to be the head of the Aerothermodynamics Section at ESA.
The focus of his research is on the extension of Einsteinian gravity and cosmology as well as fluid dynamics (climate science).
Their current project is termed Gravity beyond Einstein?, which includes a possible explanation of MOND, the origin of dark energy and dark matter as well as an attempt to for the contradictory experiments on the lifetime of the neutron and the size of the proton.
With regard to novel technology, the possible existence of extreme gravitomagnetic fields may be the key for propellantless space propulsion as well as novel energy generation.

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This article, the last in a series of three articles, attempts to unravel the underlying physics of recent experiments regarding the contradictory properties of the neutron lifetime that has been a complete riddle for quite some time. So far, none of the advanced theories beyond the Standard Models (SMs) of particle physics and cosmology have shown...

This article attempts to explain the underlying physics of several recent experiments and astrophysical observations that have been mystifying the physics community for quite some time. So far, none of the advanced theories beyond the standard models of particle physics and cosmology have shown sufficient potential to resolve these mysteries. The r...

This article provides a review of the latest experimental results in quantum physics and astrophysics, discussing their repercussions on the advanced physical theories that go beyond both the SMs (standard models) of particle physics and cosmology. It will be shown that many of the essential concepts of the advanced theoretical models developed ove...

So far von Braun's vision on the future of space flight as expressed in his famous article in Collier's magazine of October 1952 has not come true. The reason for this failure must be sought in the underlying propulsion physics that is based on the classical reaction principle. This barrier can be overcome only by a novel physical principle leading...

Gravitation, the most mysterious force in the Universe, has maintained the interest of researchers at every stage in the history of physics, but major aspects are not yet understood.
In the upcoming book by Walter Dröscher and Jochem Hauser, entitled
“Introduction to Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology of Gravity-Like Fields”,
a bold and dramati...

As we know, reaching the outer rim of the solar system in a relatively short period of time is impossible utilizing existing rocket technology. Radically ventured theories such as quantum vacuum propulsion must emerge if we have any desire to truly explore the far reaches of space. New concepts must be explored that may someday enable manned interp...

ABSTRACT: The recent Hollywood movie Interstellar (production cost $ 165 million) turned out to be a blockbuster in the U.S. and Europe, and most likely will be so in Asia. The movie story is great. Without doubt, one of its benefits is the renewed enthusiasm in the science of space flight by the public. But alas, it is only Hollywood's science fic...

Le film Interstellar (voir la courte recension de M. Fontez dans le Science & Vie, de Novembre 2014) est un blockbuster aux États-Unis et en Europe, et il en sera probablement de même en Asie. L'histoire du film est superbe. Une des conséquences de ce film sera sans doute de renouveler l'enthousiasme du grand public pour les vols spatiaux. Mais hél...

Notes on the physics of the recent movie Interstellar

In this paper (which is a follow up of the accompanying paper by W. Dröscher) an in depth analysis of three recent gravitomagnetic experiments is given. These experiments are unique, since there is a possibility that extreme gravitomagnetic fields outside general relativity might have been generated. The experiments were carried out in entirely dif...

In this paper a set of recent experiments/observations is presented that seem to indicate the existence of novel physics outside general relativity as well as the standard model of particle physics and the standard model of cosmology. The approach chosen in the present paper is unique, since the existence of new physics is based on various experime...

At present all space propulsion systems as well as jet engines rely on the reaction principle, and thus needs a substantial supply of fuel. In general, fuel mass is much larger than the payload, and thus all these systems are severely limited by basic physics. Any space vehicle launched must overcome the gravitational field of the Earth, whose gove...

r a v i t y -S u p e r c o n d u c t o rs Interaction: Theory and Experiment 2010, 269-319 269 Giovanni Modanese and Glen A. Robertson (Eds.) All rights reserved -© 20011 Bentham Science Publishers Ltd. Based on theoretical ideas under development since 2002, termed Extended Heim Theory (EHT), as well as experiments performed at AIT Seibersdorf, Au...

Only with novel physical principles, providing the proper engineering principles for propellantless propulsion, can the limits of classical propulsion be overcome. The concept of gravitational field propulsion represents such a novel principle by the capability of building devices for the generation of gravity-like (i.e. acceleration) fields in a w...

In 2006 Tajmar et al. reported on the measurements of extreme gravitomagnetic
fields from small Nb rings at cryogenic temperatures that are about 18 orders
of magnitude larger than gravitomagnetic fields obtained from GR (general
relativity). Cifuolini in 2004 and the NASA-Stanford Gravity Probe-B experiment
in 2007 confirmed the Lense-Thirring eff...

Current space transportation systems are based on the principle of momentum conservation of classical physics. Therefore, all space vehicles need some kind of fuel for their operation. The basic physics underlying this propulsion principle severely limits the specific impulse and/or available thrust. Launch capabilities from the surface of the Eart...

All space vehicles in use today need some kind of fuel for operation. The basic physics underlying this propulsion principle severely limits the specific impulse and/or available thrust. Launch capabilities from the surface of the Earth require huge amounts of fuel. Hence, space flight, as envisaged by von Braun in the early 50s of the last century...

The MEGADESIGN project was supposed to investigate the status that hybrid CFD prediction has on accuracy, in a relative as
well as absolute sense. Different test cases have been analyzed and their results were compared to requirements specified
by aerodynamic engineers. Produced solutions stayed significantly below requested error limits, however,...

Current space transportation systems are based on the principle of momentum conservation of classical physics. Therefore, all space vehicles need some kind of fuel for operation. The basic physics underlying this propulsion principle severely limits the specific impulse and/or available thrust. Launch capabilities from the surface of the Earth requ...

In this paper we discuss the current state of the art on the existence of gravity-like fields, which are gravitational fields that cannot be described by conventional gravitation, i.e. by the accumulation of mass. The gravitomagnetic effect of these fields is 18-20 orders of magnitude larger than predicted by classical GR frame dragging. The paper...

This report results from a contract tasking HPCC-Space GmbH as follows: B. TECHNICAL PRPOPOSA/DESCRIPTION OF WORK Cell: A Revolutionary High Performance Computing Platform On 29 June 2005 [1], IBM has announced that is has partnered with Mercury Computer Systems, a maker of specialized computers. The Cell chip provides massive floating-point capabi...

Spacetime physics includes general relativity (GR), quantum theory, quantum gravity, string theory (additional ex- ternal dimensions), and gauge theory (additional internal dimensions) as well as some modern variations. The paper will dis- cuss the requirements on future propulsion systems stemming from the demands for routine missions to LEO, the...

All propulsion systems in use today are based on momentum conservation and rely on fuel [1]. There is one exception, namely gravity assist turns that use the gravitational fields of planets to accelerate a spacecraft. The only other long-range force known is the electromagnetic force or Lorentz force, acting on charged bodies or moving charges. Mag...

This paper describes in a non-mathematical way, by using a sequence of pictures, the physics of a novel space propulsion technique and its experimental realization, based on a unified field theory in a quantized, 8-dimen-sional space, developed by the late German physicist Burkhard Heim, termed Heim Quantum Theory (HQT or HT). Following a strict ge...

This paper describes a novel space propulsion technique, based on an extension of a unified field theory in a quantized, higher‐dimensional space, developed by the late B. Heim (1977) in the 50s and 60s of the last century, termed Heim Quantum Theory
(HQT). As a consequence of the unification, HQT predicts six fundamental interactions
. The two add...

The goal of this paper is to develop a method of predicting the orientation of a blunt-nosed spacecraft(e.g. Kheops Expert) with regard to pitch and sideslip by measuring pressure data at specified locations in the nose region. The strategy devised here is to use analytic sensor functions (ASF) for the prediction of angle of attack (AoA) and yaw an...

This paper is the third one in a series of publications [1, 2], describing a novel and revolutionary space propulsion technique, based on the field theory by B. Heim [5-8]. The paper will describe the progress made in applying Heim's theory to the construction of a breakthrough propulsion device.
For effective and efficient interplanetary and inter...

Programming vector computers is a difficult task, and to obtain acceptable results with regard to announced peak performance has been notoriously cumbersome. On the other hand, multi-core systems with many processors on a single chip need to be programmed in a different, namely a multi threaded way. Threads are a substantial part of the Java progra...

In this paper we describe the JavaGrid concept that underlies the software developed for high performance computing and communication in science and engineering. JavaGrid provides a package for parallelization based on Java threads, a geometry package for handling 2D and 3D structured as well as unstructured grids, a generic solver and a solver tem...

In this paper we describe the JavaGrid concept that underlies the software developed for high performance computing and communication in science and engineering. JavaGrid provides a package for parallelization based on Java threads, a geometry package for handling 2D and 3D structured as well as unstructured grids, a generic solver and a solver tem...

This panel session focuses on utilization of Java for numeric-intensive applications, including the advantages and disadvantages of Java for future use with industrial independent software vendor (ISV)-based finite element methods (FEM) codes. Discussion will address both partial use of Java and/or complete code implementation; activities in this a...

The Java programming language has a number of features that make it attractive for writing high-quality, portable parallel programs. A pure object formulation, strong typing and the exception model make programs easier to create, debug and maintain. The elegant threading provides a simple route to parallelism on shared-memory machines. Anticipating...

In the following, we briefly outline why we believe that Java should be and actually is the language for software engineering in science and engineering, and, in particular, for high performance computing on parallel architectures in areas like computational fluid dynamics, computational physics etc. The release of the Java programming language by...

The Java programming language has a number of features that make it attractive for writing high-quality, portable parallel programs. A pure object formulation, strong typing and the exception model make programs easier to create, debug, and maintain. The elegant threading provides a simple route to parallelism on shared-memory machines. Anticipatin...

In this article we discuss a strategy for speeding up the solution of the Navier—Stokes equations on highly complex solution domains such as complete aircraft, spacecraft, or turbomachinery equipment. We have used a finite-volume code for the (non-turbulent) Navier—Stokes equations as a testbed for implementation of linked numerical and parallel pr...

In this paper an overview is given on the "Have Java" project to attain a pure Java parallel Navier-Stokes flow solver (JParNSS) based on the thread concept and remote method invocation (RMI). The goal of this project is to produce an industrial flow solver running on an arbitrary sequential or parallel architecture, utilizing the Internet, capable...

Proceedings of the Summerschool on High Performance Computing in Fluid Dynamics held at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, The Netherlands, June 24–28 1996, Ercoftac Series

CFD is becoming increasingly sophisticated: grids define highly complex geome- tries, and flows are solved involving very different length and time scales. The solu- tion of the Navier-Stokes equations must be performed on parallel systems, both for reasons of overall computing power and cost effectiveness.
Complex geometries can either be gridded...

In this paper, we consider strategies for efficiently solving the system of nonlinear equations that arises from making an implicit time-step of a flow solver. By efficiency, we mean an analysis of costs, such as machine usage, and benefits, being approach to convergence. When the Navier-Stokes equations are discretized on to a given spatial mesh,...

In this paper, we consider strategies for efficiently solving the system of nonlinear equations that arises from making an implicit time-step of a flow solver. By efficiency, we mean an analysis of costs, such as machine usage, and benefits, being approach to convergence. When the Navier-Stokes equations are discretized on to a given spatial mesh,...

In this paper, we consider strategies for efficiently solving the system of nonlinear equations that arises from making an implicit time-step of a flow solver. By efficiency, we mean an analysis of costs, such as machine usage, and benefits, being approach to convergence. When the Navier-Stokes equations are discretized on to a given spatial mesh,...

The paper describes EURANUS—a general software software system for the simulation of 3-D Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes flows about complex geometries, being developed for the European Space Agency for use as a major tool in its aerothermodynamic design work. The paper emphasizes the software engineering aspects of creating a general multiblock/mu...

The present paper describes the implementation of multi-block codes, used to model complex 2-D geometries for applications in computational fluid dynamics on massively parallel architectures. The work starts with a brief description of ongoing and planned major aerospace projects and gives an estimate of the computing power needed. In order to prov...

The purpose of this paper is to predict the efficiency of the Navier-Stokes code NSS* which will run on an MIMD architecture parallel machine. Computations are performed using a three-dimensional overlapping structured multiblock grid. Each processor works with some of these blocks and exchanges data across the boundaries of the blocks. The efficie...

This paper briefly addresses the computational requirements for the analysis of complete configurations of aircraft and spacecraft currently under design to be used for advanced transportation in commercial applications as well as in space flight. The discussion clearly shows that massively parallel systems are the only alternative which is both co...

A conference was held on parallel computational fluid dynamics and produced related papers. Topics discussed in these papers include: parallel implicit and explicit solvers for compressible flow, parallel computational techniques for Euler and Navier-Stokes equations, grid generation techniques for parallel computers, and aerodynamic simulation om...

An integrated software package for the simulation of three dimensional
Navier-Stokes flows about complex geometries is described. It integrates
a grid generator with a solver and a graphical post processing system.
It is easily transportable to different computer systems as it is based
on standard FORTRAN77 and C++/PHIGS/X Windows for the graphics....

An overview is given on recent developments in grid generation with emphasis on the results presented in the proceedings of the Second International Conference in Numerical Grid Generation in Computational Fluid Mechanics '88. Grid generation is essential for the solution of all kinds of fluid physics problems. It also reports briefly about the gri...

An operations research method is presented for deriving a conservative, non-negative computational scheme for advective transport. Finite elements in space and time are used to approximate the solution, and the integral of the square of the residual is minimized over the entire spatial domain and over a single temporal element. Negative values are...

In this paper the generation of general curvilinear co-ordinate systems for use in selected two-dimensional fluid flow problems is presented. The curvilinear co-ordinate systems are obtained from the numerical solution of a system of Poisson equations. The computational grids obtained by this technique allow for curved grid lines such that the boun...

This paper gives the results of an application of the SWEs (shallow water equations) to a part of the Hamburg harbour area, which is a complex flow domain, using the BFG approach, outlined in Part I. The results of a grid doubling procedure generating the desired computational grid from a coarse initial mesh are also presented. A second class of pr...

Many problems in applied engineering and in physics can be described by partial differential equations (PDEs)- stress analysis, external and internal fluid flow (time-independent and time-dependent), reactor physics, meteorology, environmental physics, etc. The computer simulation of these equations is of great interest both in science and industry...

The generation of general curvilinear coordinate systems and their application to fluid flow problems is presented. The curvilinear coordinate systems are obtained from the numerical solution of a system of Poisson equations. The computational grids obtained by this technique allow for curved grid lines such that the boundary of the solution domain...

Many problems of applied oceanography and environmental science demand the solution of the momentum, mass and energy equations on physical domains having curving coastlines. Finite‐difference calculations representing the boundary as a step function may give inaccurate results near the coastline where simulation results are of greatest interest for...

The program MODIS (Momentum Distribution) is designed to extend the Gaussian plume model up to the range of about 102km. Numerical experiments with stationary solutions are reported to show reliability and accuracy (essentially dependent on the grid Peclet number) of the results.-from Authors

For the assessment of environmental impact on the aquatic life simulation of transport of discharged pollutants in tidal rivers, bays, and estuaries is essential. Hence,simulation models should be capable to predict the propagation of plumes caused by discharges of industrial sites,municipalities, and power plants.It is for that purpose that UTRANS...

A direct cubic spline procedure for the numerical approximation of first and second spatial derivatives is presented. The method uses a uniform mesh. It does not demand the solution of a system of linear equations. The spline coefficients are determined by analytical formulas, depending on the boundary values and the eigenvalues of a 2 X 2 matrix....

The paper presents a far field mathematical model for numerical simulation of transient one- or two-dimensional thermal distributions in regions with severe reversing flow conditions. The Eulerian formulation employs the integral form of the conservation principles for mass and thermal energy. The two-dimensional (2D) solution area is spanned by di...

In this paper we describe the JavaGrid concept that underlies the software developed for high performance computing and communication in science and engineering. JavaGrid provides a package for parallelization based on Java threads, a geometry package for handling 2D and 3D structured as well as unstructured grids, a generic solver and a solver tem...

Chemical and thermal equilibrium solutions of the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations around a double ellipsoidal shape at Mach 25 with an angle of attack of 30 degrees are presented. Atmospheric air is assumed to be the continuum medium and is modeled as a real gas. The solutions are obtained by using a finite volume method and the algorithm employs...

We describe the development and use of a hybrid n-dimensional grid generation system called NWGRID. The Applied Mathematics Group at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is developing this tool to support the Laboratory's computational science efforts in chemistry, biology, engineering and environmental (subsurface and atmospheric) modeling...

Abbreviated Version 2 Figure 1. The figure shows a combination of two pictures. The first one shows an artist's concept of two Jupiter like planets, detected by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Spitzer captured for the first time, February 2007, enough light to take the spectra of these two gas exoplanets, called HD 209458b and HD 189733b. These so-...

Abbreviated Version 2 Figure 1. The cover picture shows a combination of three pictures. The background picture, taken from [1] shows a view (artist's impression) of a real planet orbiting the solar-type star HD222882 about 137 ly away from earth. The second picture shows all messenger particles as predicted from Extended Heim Theory. It should be...

1. Parallelism for Large Scale CFD Applications Parallel computing has become a key component of high performance computing in the 90's. In order to exploit this technology in science and engineering, in particular for aerospace, automotive, and turbomachinery applications as well as in environmental simulation, highly complex geometries have to be...

The moments of the unknown concentration distribution with respect to one horizontal coordinate, ie, normalization, mean value, width, skewness, etc, are determined by integrating numerically the pertaining transport equations over a vertical plane oriented in the main flow direction. The original three dimensional distribution can then be reconstr...

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