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# General Relativity

## Yleinen suhteellisuusteoria

Albert Einstein developed the theory between 1907 and 1915 as an extension of the Special relativity. The simple structure of General relativity is not yet understood. which requires an understanding of the formation of phenomena. Understanding the concept of the speed of light in a Special relativity is sufficient to examine phenomena.

• The presence of a gravitational field bends light rays.
• Clocks run slower in deeper gravitational wells. This is called gravitational time dilation.
• Gravitational waves are the consequence of the theory, verified in 2016..
• The expanding universe means, the far parts of the universe are moving away from us faster than the speed of light.
• The theory can be used to calculate the associated gravity field phenomena accurate   ly.

## Time Dilation in Steel Rope Set

Studying the steel rope 6x26 Warrington-seale, finds that the character as a phenomenon does not differ from a light bulb.

Steel rope         -   Light from lamp
By hand touchable    -       Not by hand touchable

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Dimensionalities

Length  -  Area  -  Volume  -  Time

Speed of light is area c2

I chose steel rope due to the fact that I finished the previous writing  to visual geometry patterns. The square and the circle area ratio defines time dilation and the the area of the unit circle is the specific gravity of steel. Calculation through figures is not possible without this connection.

1 / (1.25 x 1.03) = 0.78

## Incandescent Light Bulb

We get the energy from the Sun. We cannot look at the Sun, so we need to create a small-scale space. To this we take the light bulb in the image. An electric light inside the lamp is produced with a filament wire heated to a high temperature by an electric current through it, until it glows.

Most incandescent bulbs convert 3 - 5% of the energy they use into visible light, so light is friction of the heating process.

100  / 1.0328 = 96.82 %

Universal friction 1.033

## Steel - Wikipedia

Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon that is widely used in construction and other applications because of its hardness and tensile strength. Carbon, other elements, and inclusions within iron act as hardening agents that prevent the movement of dislocations that naturally exist in the iron atom crystal lattices. The carbon in typical steel alloys may contribute up to 2.1% of its weight. Varying the amount of alloying elements, their formation in the steel either as solute elements, or as precipitated phases, retards the movement of those dislocations that make iron so ductile and weak, and thus controls qualities such as the hardness, ductility, and tensile strength of the resulting steel. Steel's strength compared to pure iron is only possible at the expense of ductility, of which iron has an excess.

## Steel Wire

The steel rope is intended for supporting. The analysis shows a range of the steel rope formed the same way as in the previous example. Steel Rope values ​​are in the revised tables.

## D mm             kg/100 m

10                      38.0

12                      54.7           54,7/38,0  = 1.779

16                      97.3           97,3/54,7  = 1.772

20                    152.0           152/97,3   = 1.562

24                    219.0           219/152    = 1.441

32                    389.0           389/219    = 1.777

40                    608.0           608/389   =  1.562

Keskiarvo/Average     1.649

1.618 x 1.0165 = 1.645

1 + (0.033/2) = 1.0165

10  -  12,5  -  16  - 20  - 25  - 32  - 40

The rule in the two-dimensionality of the universe; twice as far to be four times larger. Status value = 10 => 16 is two times higher.

4 x 38 kg/100 m = 152 kg/100 m

16 x 38 kg/100 m = 608 kg/100 m

## 6x26 Warrington -Seale (the breaking strength of the yarn 15.7 kN/cm2)

Tabled Data

D mm             kN/cm2

10                    55.9

12                    80.6              8,06./5.59  = 1.442

16                  143.0              143/80.6  = 1.774

20                  224,0              224/143   = 1.567

24                  322.0              322/224   = 1.438

32                  573.0              573/322   = 1.780

40                  895.0              895/573   = 1.562

Yhteensä   = 1.593

1.618 / 1.0165  = 1.591

1 + (0.033/2)  =1.0165

Minimum breaking load is to be attained or surpassed during the tensile-test.

4 x 55.9 = 223.6 kN/cm2

16 x 55.9 kN/cm2 = 894.4 kN/cm2

(1.649 + 1.593) /2 = 1.62   =  Golden Ratio 1.618

1.033 x 1.593 = 1.645

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