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Robittybob1


Joined: Thu Jan 29, 2015 4:11 pm Posts: 183

This problem relates to finding the speed and height of a satellite where the effects from gravitational time dilation and dynamic (velocity) dependent time dilation will cancel each other.
"The function is $ \displaystyle h=\frac{R}{\frac{r_s}{R} \frac{c^2}{v^2}1}$. The effect happens for any speed $ \displaystyle 0<v<c \sqrt{\frac{r_s}{R}}$. For $ \displaystyle v \to c \sqrt {\frac{r_s}{R}$ we have $ \displaystyle h \to \infty$. $ \displaystyle R$ is the radius of the planet and $ \displaystyle r_s$ is its respective Schwarzschild radius. $ \displaystyle v$ is the orbiting speed of the satellite."
Are those two formulas interchangeable? Can you algebraically move between these two? $ \displaystyle 1r_s/R=1r_s/(R+h)(v/c)^2$ and $ \displaystyle h=\frac{R}{\frac{r_s}{R} \frac{c^2}{v^2}1}$
Can anyone show me the steps I need to take to convert one equation into the other please? Or if that can't be done, how do I solve the first one for "h" which is the height of the satellite above the Earth's surface.
Even if you could give me one clue at a time so I have to do it myself.





Robittybob1


Joined: Thu Jan 29, 2015 4:11 pm Posts: 183

$ \displaystyle 1r_s/R=1r_s/(R+h)(v/c)^2$ rearranged to solve for "a" (a = h + R) is giving identical values to the other formula. $ \displaystyle h(v)=\frac{R}{\frac{r_s}{R}\frac{c^2}{v^2}1}$ But I'd love to know how to rearrange one formula to result in the form of the other. Is there anyone good at algebra here?
{Note: Wait till the Latex appears. On my computer it takes about 30 seconds for the latex formulas to show up on the post.]





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Robittybob1


Joined: Thu Jan 29, 2015 4:11 pm Posts: 183

Robittybob1 wrote: $ \displaystyle 1r_s/R=1r_s/(R+h)(v/c)^2$ rearranged to solve for "a" (a = h + R) is giving identical values to the other formula. $ \displaystyle h(v)=\frac{R}{\frac{r_s}{R}\frac{c^2}{v^2}1}$ But I'd love to know how to rearrange one formula to result in the form of the other. Is there anyone good at algebra here?
{Note: Wait till the Latex appears. On my computer it takes about 30 seconds for the latex formulas to show up on the post.] Why does the latex stay in the Latex editor mode after submission and not display the formulas properly?





iNow


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Joined: Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:40 pm Posts: 5730 Location: Iowa

Robittybob1 wrote: Why does the latex stay in the Latex editor mode after submission and not display the formulas properly? I'm not yet sure, but have created a thread in the mod forum requesting Skinwalker take a look next time he logs in (don't feel the need is critical enough to contact him at his personal account and appreciate your patience and understanding) my best guess is that the most likely scenario is an upgrade in the background borked the code we inserted to make it work and something on our end needs to be changed
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Robittybob1


Joined: Thu Jan 29, 2015 4:11 pm Posts: 183

iNow wrote: Robittybob1 wrote: Why does the latex stay in the Latex editor mode after submission and not display the formulas properly? I'm not yet sure, but have created a thread in the mod forum requesting Skinwalker take a look next time he logs in (don't feel the need is critical enough to contact him at his personal account and appreciate your patience and understanding) my best guess is that the most likely scenario is an upgrade in the background borked the code we inserted to make it work and something on our end needs to be changed Thanks for responding to the note. [This forum has some really good attributes but if it ever did go stronger in the math and physics threads the Latex features would be a limiting factor. I have no knowledge on how to fix it.]





iNow


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Joined: Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:40 pm Posts: 5730 Location: Iowa

Robittybob1 wrote: Why does the latex stay in the Latex editor mode after submission and not display the formulas properly? Thanks to Skinwalker this has been fixed
_________________ iNow
"[Time] is one of those concepts that is profoundly resistant to a simple definition." ~C. Sagan





Robittybob1


Joined: Thu Jan 29, 2015 4:11 pm Posts: 183

iNow wrote: Robittybob1 wrote: Why does the latex stay in the Latex editor mode after submission and not display the formulas properly? Thanks to Skinwalker this has been fixed Thanks to all. It is not every day we need the latex but next time.





