System of units

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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Units of measurement

The aether concept corrects the existing laws, introduce new fundamental laws and leads to creation of an alternative system of units called the simplified (Sim.) system.

The purposes of the simplified system of units are:

  • To make the most of fundamental constants dimensionless and/or equal to 1 for simplifying of calculations. For example, an electric charge can be expressed as an integer number of the elementary charges.
  • To make the most of the absolute value intervals as \([0; 1]\) or \([1; \infty)\).
  • To eliminate redundancy of the SI:
    • Kilogram. Mass (rest energy) has an electromagnetic nature.
    • Kelvin. Temperature is a statistical parameter, which is proportional to the average particle energy.
    • Mole is the dimensionless amount of particles.
    • Candela is the power of electromagnetic radiation.

The chosen base units are three vector (real physical) quantities. The first two relates to the aether state, and the 3rd relates to the space:

  1. Magnetic field quantity according to the aether model has the maximum absolute value \(B_{MAX}\) chosen as the common unit of magnetic field.
  2. Speed of light in vacuum is the velocity unit.
  3. Length unit \(\lambda_{MIN}\) is determined from a condition that the elementary charge is equal to 1.

The unit of charge \(e\), according to the charge definition as the flux of electric field, is expressed by the simplified units in the system SI so: \[e=\varepsilon_0cB_{MAX}\lambda_{MIN}^2\] Assuming the proton mass (atomic mass unit) as the unit of mass, the conventional values of \(B_{MAX}\) and \(\lambda_{MIN}\) may be obtained. The unit of mass \(m_0\), according to the density definition ("Mass and inertia", 2), is expressed by the simplified units in the system SI so: \[m_0=\varepsilon_0B_{MAX}^2\lambda_{MIN}^3\] The solution of system of two equations is: \[\lambda_{MIN}=\frac{e^2}{\varepsilon_0m_0c^2}=1,93\cdot 10^{-17}m\] \[B_{MAX}=\frac{\varepsilon_0m_0^2c^3}{e^3}=1,62\cdot 10^{17}T\] The value \(\lambda_{MIN}\) corresponds to the Compton wavelength of heavy atomic nuclei, and it is conventionally considered as the minimal wavelength and the minimal length in general. The value \(B_{MAX}\) matches the evaluated nuclear magnetic field.

The units of all physical quantities within 3-dimensional space can be expressed by a triplet of the base units raised to the various exponents:

Quantity Exponent Comment
\(B_{MAX}\) \(c\) \(\lambda_{MIN}\)
Time 0 –1 1 Transfer at speed
Permeability, permittivity 0 0 0 Deceleration of beams within matter
Gravitational potential 0 0 0 Relative decrease in the gravitons concentration
Entropy, Heat capacity, amount of substance 0 0 0 Dimensionless statistical parameters
Length 0 0 1
Inductance, capacitance 1 As in the CGS
Area 2
Volume 3
Thermal conduction 0 1 –2 Speed of the heat transfer across an area
Frequency, angular velocity –1
Velocity 0
Electrical conductivity 0 Wave conductivity has the meaning of speed
Kinematic viscosity 1 Resistance to velocity
Acceleration 2 –1
Angular acceleration –2
Magnetic field 1 0 0 Curl of the magnetic potential
Magnetic potential 1
Magnetic flux 2
Electric field, displacement 1 1 0 Motion in the magnetic field
Electric potential, voltage 1
Electric charge 2 Flux of field
Current density 2 –1
Magnetomotive force, electric current 1 Motion of charge
Magnetic moment 3 Useless quantity
Density 2 0 0 Mass has an electromagnetic nature
Mass 3
Moment of inertia 5
Dynamic viscosity 2 1 1 Resistance to velocity
Momentum 3
Angular momentum 4
Energy and force
Pressure, energy density 2 2 0 Dynamic pressure of mass
Stress 0 Force per unit of area
Force 2 Gradient of potential energy
Torque 3
Energy 3 Volume integral of the energy density
Temperature 3 It has the meaning of average particle energy
Power, luminous intensity 3 2 Energy transfer rate
Gravitational –2 –2 –2 Not a fundamental
Vacuum permeability 0 0 0 1
Vacuum permittivity 1
Avogadro 1
Boltzmann 1
Gas 1
Elementary charge 1 1 2 1
Faraday 1 1 2 1
Mass of electron etc. 2 0 3
Planck 2 1 4 Not a fundamental (see "Fine-structure constant")

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