We have converted normal Km to Chotu Km which are 0.463831 of the normal kilometer length but we have not converted time to distance or vice versa. We have kept the divisions distance the same 24 x 60 x 60 (for easy understanding) whereas we could very well have kept them as 25 x 40 x 40 (See Page 11) and 28 x 70 x 70 divisions (See Page 26).
Now we take the distance piece with a dial diameter of 35.4 mm and a circumference of 111.3 mm (See Page 15 Fig 8) and place it within a spiral (See Page 33 Fig 18) giving 00000 to 43200 Chkm for the inner (i.e. ˝ L = E) and 43200 to 86400 for the outer (i.e. up to 1L = 2E). Therefore we have 1L divided by 2, which is equal to 1 E, 1E divided by 12 we get 1B (43200/12 = 3600 Chkm), 1B divided by 60 = 1 R, 1R divided by 60 we get 1P.
From Page 16, see fig.9 G-G’ we see 60p x 12 = 720 = 1M (M = 1Measure), 720 x5
= 3600 P or [720x5 = (60x12) x5 =
60 x 12 x5 = 60 x 60] = 3600P and also 3600P x 12
= 43200 Chkm.
Therefore 1 L = 86400 Chkm
1E = 43200 Chkm
1B = 3600 Chkm
1 M = 720 Chkm = (60 x 12 Chkm)
1 R = 60 Chkm
1 P = 1 Chkm
1R x 1M = 60 Chkm x (60 x 12) Chkm = (60 x 60 Chkm) x 12
= 3600 Chkm x 12 =1 E = 43200 Chkm, and
2 x E = 2 x 43200 = L = 86400 Chkm.
Earth’s ORBIT around the Sun EO®S Moon’s Orbit around the Earth = MO®E
Speed, Velocity and Acceleration
1. Let us think of 3 teethed (gears) wheels in mesh with each other such that (See Fig.23.) Wheel A has 60 teeth, Wheel B 30 teeth and Wheel C 120 teeth .It is clear that when Wheel A makes a complete Revolution all its teeth move i.e. its 60 teeth move 60 teeth out of 120 teeth of Wheel C which means 60/120 = ˝. So when A Revolves 1 full Revolution, C Revolves only ˝ a Revolution i.e. the speed of the Axle of C is ˝ that of the Axle of Wheel A. Similarly A:B=60:30=2 Which means Wheel B’s Axle has twice (2=double) the Speed of Wheel A’s Axle. This also holds good for Automobiles (and other Machinery), which run with Gear (Teethed) Wheels i.e. [Gears do not permit slippage, which is also possible with teethed Belts and Gears - the same relationship as above for Gears A, B & C would hold good] So it is clear from the above that “Speed is a Distance to Distance Relationship”.