Pattern Recogn. Phys., 1, 165-176, 2013
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Regular Research Article
05 Dec 2013
Energy transfer in the solar system
H. Jelbring
Tellus, Stockholm, Sweden

Abstract. Different types of energy transfer are presented from the literature and are approached and commented on. It follows from these articles that energy transfer in addition to solar irradiation is less well understood by contemporary scientist. The transformation of energy between kinetic and potential energy in planetary orbits might be of crucial importance for understanding energy transfer between celestial bodies and the development of commensurabilities. There is evidence pointing to interactions (friction) between space and satellites producing volcanism. The reversible transfer of energy between the orbit of Moon and Earth's rotational energy is crucial to the creation of the 13.6-day and 27.3-day periods in both solar variables and Earth bound climate variables. It is hypothesized that the Earth–Moon system is modulating the sunspot numbers and creating both these periods, and that the great planets are responsible for the 11 yr solar cycle.

Citation: Jelbring, H.: Energy transfer in the solar system, Pattern Recogn. Phys., 1, 165-176, doi:10.5194/prp-1-165-2013, 2013.
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