Sonicity

Sonicity is the science of transmitting mechanical energy through vibrations. Starting from the theory of the musical accords, Gogu Constantinescu found the laws for transmitting the mechanical power to the distance through oscillations that propagate in continuous environments (liquid or solid) due to their elasticity. At the Romanian Academy conference of the 14th of November 1919, Gogu Constantinescu presented the multiple functioning of the sonicity in transports, energetics and petroleum drillings.

The laws used in sonicity are the same with the laws used in electricity. Gogu Constantinescu founded the theory of the sonicity and made the sonic engine. Using an invention of Gogu Constantinescu on a sonicity application, the British military aviation held supremacy during World War First.

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