@article{Blanovsky_2024, title={Classical Field Theory-based Design of Green Energy Systems}, volume={12}, url={https://journals.scholarpublishing.org/index.php/AIVP/article/view/17511}, DOI={10.14738/aivp.125.17511}, abstractNote={<p>Novel technologies are often traced back to fundamental science. Green energy, particularly fission-, gamma- and photo-electric (PE) cells, are no exception. Based on the fundamentally sound Lorentz Theory, this article aims to explain how implementation of blackbody-cavity PE cells can greatly increase efficiency of the integrated conventional thermal and photovoltaic systems. Long before quantum mechanics, Lorentz suggested that some disturbances, like waves, travel with particles through a certain medium - motionless ether. The waves are described by the Klein-Gordon equation and dispersion relation w<sup>2</sup>=c<sup>2</sup>k<sup>2</sup>+w<sub>c</sub><sup>2</sup>. In hydromechanics, they are known as non-propagating waves and a boundary frequency w<sub>c </sub>is called the cutoff frequency. The group velocity approaches zero and waves are not propagating if their frequency is below the cutoff frequency w<sub>c</sub>. Their group and phase velocity are related by vu=c<sup>2</sup>, in the infinite k limit v=u=c and the group velocity maximum is c. A quantum object is considered as a vibrating particle or material body with a rest mass m moving in resonance with wave characterized by the cutoff or Compton frequency w<sub>c </sub>=mc<sup>2</sup>/ .</p>}, number={5}, journal={European Journal of Applied Sciences}, author={Blanovsky, Anatoly}, year={2024}, month={Sep.}, pages={01–08} }