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S. X. K. Howusu
howusus@yahoo.co.uk

Department of Physics, University of Jos
P.M.B. 2084
Jos, Plateau
Nigeria

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Howusu, S. X. K.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/S._Howusu)
Books:
1993The Natural Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics

Abstracts Online:
2006Newton?s Equations of Motion in the Gravitational Field of an Oblate Mass
2005Gravitational Fields of Spheroidal Bodies ? Extension of Gravitational Fields of Spherical Bodies
1991On the Gravitation of Moving Bodies


Books by S. X. K. Howusu



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The Natural Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics

by S. X. K. Howusu

Pages: 72
Publisher: Jos University Press (Ghana)
Year: 1993
ISBN: 9781660732

Description

Our philosophy of quantum mechanics in this book is an inexhaustible mine of hitherto undiscovered but profoundly sound and elegant and overwhelming physical and mathematical information and knowledge. All physicists and mathematicians are invited for a share in this wealth.

Papers by S. X. K. Howusu



Newton?s Equations of Motion in the Gravitational Field of an Oblate Mass

(2006)

S. X. K. Howusu
Department of Physics, University of Jos, P.M.B. 2084, Jos, Plateau, Nigeria; howusus@yahoo.co.uk
E. F. Musongong
Department of Physics, Nasarawa State University, P.M.B 1022, Keffi, Nigeria; musongong@yahoo.co.uk
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 17, No. 3, pp. 57-59

Abstract:

In an earlier paper [1], we derived Newton?s gravitational scalar potential field due to an oblate spheroidal massive body. In this paper we derive the corresponding Newton?s equations of motion for a particle of nonzero rest mass in the Gravitational Field of a stationary, homogeneous, oblate spheroidal massive body, expressed in oblate spheroidal coordinates convenient for mathematical investigation, and hence physical interpretation and experimental investigation for all systems in the Universe.




Gravitational Fields of Spheroidal Bodies ? Extension of Gravitational Fields of Spherical Bodies

(2005)

S. X. K. Howusu
Department of Physics, University of Jos, P.M.B. 2084, Jos, Plateau, Nigeria; howusus@yahoo.co.uk
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 16, No. 5, pp. 97-99

Abstract:

In this paper we derive the gravitational fields of spheroidal bodies in order to pave the way for the corresponding extension of the well-known mechanics in the gravitational fields of spherical bodies.




On the Gravitation of Moving Bodies

(1991)

S. X. K. Howusu
Department of Physics, University of Jos, P.M.B. 2084, Jos, Plateau, Nigeria; howusus@yahoo.co.uk


Physics Essays, Volume 4, No. 1, pp. 81-93
Keywords: Newton's principle of length, Newton's principle of time, Newton's principle of mass, universal relativity principle, Newton's postulate of inertia, postulate of universal gravitation, general princip

Lookup: relativity (390), gravity (124), time (100), inertia (23), universal (19), newton (32), general (45), principle (57), mass (94), length (9), postulate (6)

Abstract:

The existing theories of gravitation are based on the strong or semistrong equivalence principles. In this paper it is shown how the weak equivalence principle may also be used to construct a theory of gravitation that is in perfect agreement with experiment

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