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Cover Smulsky J.J. The theory of interaction
Id: 28947
 
14.9 EUR

The theory of interaction

304 pp. (English). Paperback. ISBN 5-7851-0524-1.

 Summary

In the monograph it is justified the calculation approach of electromagnetic and gravitational interactions of moving bodies, in which the space, time and mass do not depend on the movement. The main concepts of mechanics are analysed and determined. From the experimental laws the main electrodynamic equations are derived. Having solved them the force of interaction of two moving bodies is founded and the trajectories of their movement are obtained. The forces of action of the different form bodies are derived and the methods of account of the elementary particles accelerators are given. The applicability boundaries of the Theory of Relativity are considered and the light phenomena are represented at movement of the receiver and source. The interactions of two bodies at nearluminal velocities are investigated. The results of modern observations of superluminal movements are analysed, the methods of superluminal particles production are represented and the perspectives of their use at the unasteroidal defense of the Earth and for cosmic flights to stars are shown. The problems of the gravity velocity propagation, precession of the Mercury perihelion, the substance accretion and the Sun energy are considered. The problem of many bodies is represented and for special cases the accurate solution is obtained.

The book will be useful for inquisitive senior pupils, students, teachers of physics and physicists.


 Contents

FOREWORD
PREFACE TO RUSSIAN EDITION
NOTATION
CHAPTER 1. THE WORLD AROUND AND BASIC PRINCIPLES OF ITS DESCRIPTIONS
 1.1.Physical theory and description of a nature
 1.2.World around and its description
 1.3.Change of objects of the world around and its measure
 1.4.Size of objects and its measure
 1.5.Unhypothetical description of the world around
CHAPTER 2. THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE MECHANICS
 2.1.Movement of objects and its measure
 2.2.Interaction and its description
 2.3.Definition of force at different interactions
 2.4.About dependence of force on acceleration
 2.5.Force and energy
CHAPTER 3. THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE DESCRIPTION OF THE CHARGED AND MAGNETIZED BODIES INTERACTIONS
 3.1.Interaction of motionless charged bodies
 3.2.Problems of the description of interactions of moving charged bodies
 3.3.Change of force of interaction in case movement of charged body and magnet
 3.4.Derivation of the Maxwell's equations from experimental bases
 3.5.Differential equations for forces
CHAPTER 4. THE INTERACTION OF TWO MOVING CHARGED POINT BODIES
 4.1.D'Alamber equation for point charge
 4.2.Solutions of the D'Alamber equation
 4.3.Interaction force of two bodies
 4.4.Law of a relative movement of two objects
 4.5.Integration of the law of a movement
 4.6.Transition to classical mechanics and TR mechanics
CHAPTER 5. THE TRAJECTORIES OF TWO BODIES MOVEMENT
 5.1.Classical trajectories
 5.2.Time of movement on trajectory
 5.3.Trajectory' at final velocity of interaction propagation
 5.4.The hyperbolic trajectories
 5.5.The parabolic-like and ellipse-like trajectories
 5.6.The trajectories of repulsion and trajectories for full period
 5.7.Asymptotic solutions
CHAPTER 6. THE FORCES OF INTERACTION OF VARIOUS BODIES ON MOVING CHARGED PARTICLE
 6.1.Interaction of the charged rectangular plate on a particle
 6.2.Particle movement velocity in the capacitor
 6.3.Interaction force of the charged line segment and velocity of particle
 6.4.. Force of moving charged particle action on magnet
 6.5.Force of action of point magnet on a charged particle
 6.6.Force of action of conductor with current on a charged particle
 6.7.Simplified forces disregarding forms of the acting bodies
CHAPTER 7. APPLICATION OF THE METHOD OF FORCES FOR CALCULATION OF DIFFERENT INTERACTIONS
 7.1.Energy of interaction, which depends on velocity
 7.2.New integrals of movement
 7.3.Method of velocity summation
 7.4.Calculation of particles movement in accelerators
 7.5.Calculation of results of the Bucherer's experiment
CHAPTER 8. APPROACH OF FORCES AND RELATIVISTIC METHOD
 8.1.Ether. Theory of Relativity and Lorentz's transformations
 8.2.Essence of transformations
 8.3.Description of interaction of moving non-stationary systems of bodies with help of the transformations
 8.4.About transformation of the wave equation
 8.5.Aberration and Doppler's effect
 8.6.Speed of light between moving bodies
 8.7.Principle of the relativity and its meaning
CHAPTER 9. NEARLUMINAL MOVEMENTS INSIDE OF "BLACK HOLES"
 9.1.Concept of a "black hole" as a ratio of parameters
 9.2.Objects of micro- and macrocosm as "black holes"
 9.3.Trajectory at a variation of radial velocity
 9.4.Trajectory in case of different transversal velocities
 9.5.Trajectory at change of interaction parameter
 9.6.Multangular orbits
CHAPTER 10. SUPERLUMINAL MOTIONS
 10.1.Examples of superluminal motions
 10.2.Observation and interaction at superluminal velocities
 10.3.Acceleration of particles bunches up to superluminal velocities
 10.4.Multistage accelerators of superluminal particles
 10.5.Acceleration of single particles up to superluminal velocities
 10.6.Perspective of application of superluminal motions
CHAPTER 11. GRAVITATIONAL INTERACTIONS
 11.1.Velocity of gravity propagation
 11.2.Mercury perihelion precession
 11.3.Interaction of many bodies
 11.4.Exact solution of the axisyminetric many bodies problem
 11.5.Trajectories of movement at interaction of several bodies
 11.6.Central-symmetrical accretion
DEFINITIONS OF THE BASIC CONCEPTS
EPILOGUE
REFERENCES
APPENDIX 1. The program in MATHCAD environment of integration of the movement equations for ellipselike orbits
APPENDIX 2. Initial parameters of trajectories and meaning in final calculated points
APPENDIX 3. The program in MATHCAD environment of integration of the equations of nearluminal particle movement
APPENDIX 4. Trajectories of movement inside the "black holes"
APPENDIX 5. The dimensionless periods of orbits and their radiuses of pericenters

 
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