TITLE

GRAVITATIONAL AND ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF ALMOST STANDING FIELDS

AUTHOR(S)
Elbaz, Claude
PUB. DATE
May 2012
SOURCE
Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series B;May2012, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p835
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
For a scalar field propagating at light velocity c, kinematic properties of standing waves with constant frequency ? and velocity v, are formally identical with mechanic properties of isolated matter. They are both described by equations with the same mathematical structure, expressed by the Lorentz transformation with constant velocities c and v. For almost standing waves, the variations of constant quantities lead to their dynamic properties. When they arise from adiabatic variations of the frequency O (x, t) = ?adO (x, t), with ? constant, and dO (x, t) ??, they lead to interactions which are formally identical with electromagnetic interactions. When they derive from variations of the field velocity C(x, t) = cadOC(x, t), with c constant, and dOC(x, t) ? c, they lead to interactions which are formally identical with gravitational interactions. The correspondence between almost standing waves of the field and matter, offers a common frame allowing an approach to investigate how gravitational and electromagnetic properties articulate together.
ACCESSION #
82507618

 

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